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Articulatory Coordination and Syllable Structure in Italian

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This book is concerned with the articulatory coordination of syllable structure in Italian. The results shown in this book shed light on a long standing problem for syllable phonology in Italian, namely the syllabification of "s" when it occurs in a consonant cluster such as "sp" in "sport".

When we speak we do not articulate each sound one after the other like beads on a string. Instead, the movements of our articulators, such as the tongue and lips, overlap. These movements are coordinated in complex ways to produce syllables, words and phrases. This book is concerned with syllables. What is a syllable? There is general consensus that "sa", "pa" and "ra" are syllables. But what about "spa" or "spra"? The answer to this question is sought using a method investigating the coordination of tongue and lip movements. The results shed light on a long standing problem for syllable phonology in Italian, namely the syllabification of "s" when it occurs in a consonant cluster such as "sp" in "sport".

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Contents: Research on the syllable - Articulatory Phonology - Articulatory coordination - The case of word initial s clusters - Article Allomorphy - Italian - Coupling hypothesis of syllabe structure.

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Titre: Articulatory Coordination and Syllable Structure in Italian
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Code EAN: 9783631625866
ISBN: 978-3-631-62586-6
Format: Livre Relié
Genre: Linguistique et sciences de la littérature
nombre de pages: 162
Poids: 320g
Taille: H210mm x B210mm x T148mm
Année: 2013
Auflage: Neuausg.

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