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Phonetic and Phonological Aspects of Geminate Timing

By William Ham

Routledge – 2002 – 288 pages

Series: Outstanding Dissertations in Linguistics

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    978-0-415-93760-3
    October 11th 2001

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Using acoustic studies of Bernese, Hungarian, Levantine Arabic and Madurese, the author argues that differences in geminate timing are ultimately correlated with whether a language is syllable-or mora-timed.

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Description: By William Ham. Using acoustic studies of Bernese, Hungarian, Levantine Arabic and Madurese, the author argues that differences in geminate timing are ultimately correlated with whether a language is syllable-or...
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