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  • Prosodiesby Sónia Frota; Marina Vigário; Maria João Freitas

    De Gruyter 2005; US$ 238.00

    Prosodies , in the broad Firthian sense, covers phenomena that extend over stretches of segmental and featural units that must be examined with respect to their interaction with other features to fully appreciate their role in the phonetics and phonology of a given language. The papers deal with a wide range of subjects, from intonational... more...

  • Phonetics and Phonologyby Marina Vigário; Sónia Frota; M. João Freitas

    John Benjamins Publishing Company 2009; US$ 158.00

    The aim of this paper is to account for the phonological adaptation of loanwords in Eastern Catalan. As the phonology of these new words deviates from that of the native Catalan vocabulary set (with a certain amount of variation among speakers), the new phonetic features would seem to be borrowed from Spanish. We suggest that a new phonology has emerged... more...

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