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Some Points of Similarity in the Phonology of Welsh and Breton

By: Parry Williams, T. H. (Thomas Herbert), Sir 1887-1975

...:CM CO Parry-Williams, Thomas Herbert Some points of similarity in the phonology of .Welsh Jand Breton PB 2128 f\P37 Some Points of Similarity ... ...gy of .Welsh Jand Breton PB 2128 f\P37 Some Points of Similarity IN THE Phonology of Welsh and Breton VON T. H. PARRY-WILLIAMS aus Rhyd-ddu, Carnar... ... ) 191 3 Telephone Gobelins 28-20. Some Points of Similarity IN THE Phonology of Welsh and Breton VON T. H. PARRY-WILLIAMS aus Rhyd-ddu, Carnar... ... Forderungmeiner Arbeit auszusprechen. SOME POINTS OF SIMILARITY IN THE PHONOLOGY OF WELSH AND BRETON INTRODUCTION In this paper an attempt has bee... ... in isolated words from the Bre- ton Charters. Most ofthe peculiarities of phonology to which reference is made, date, however, from the middle and la... ...a prothetic vowel, as was the case in late Latin and further in French and Italian. The rule in Welsh is the exception in Breton ; in the former branc...

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Italian phonology

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The Romances of Chivalry in Italian Verse;

By: Ford, J. D. M. (Jeremiah Denis Matthias), 1873-1958; Ford, Mary Agnes Teresa, 1878

... THE ROMANCES OF CHIVALRY IN ITALIAN VERSE SELECTIONS EDITED WITH INTRODUCTION AND NOTES BY ... ...n actuated by two chief purposes; the one is that of furnishing high-grade reading for Italian classes in the collegiate institutions of English-speak... ... was transplanted. Converted into roman- tic narrative almost from the moment that the Italian guillare manifests an interest in it, it is seen passin... ...and enjoy them, should be hardly less potent a reason for acquiring a knowledge of the Italian language than is the desire to read Dante in the origin... ...29036 . iv Preface Dante as one of the greatest geniuses of all time, but we who love Italian literature as a whole cannot but deplore the narrowness... ...nch Italianized, becoming at times a jargon in which features of the Venetian lexicon, phonology, morphology, and syntax are decidedly obvious and ten...

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Phonology

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... Phonology Morphology ... ... Phonology is a branch of sign languages. The word phono... ...ranch of sign languages. The word phonology (as in the phonology of English) can also refer to the phonological system (sound syst... ...dered to comprise, like its syntax and its vocabulary. Phonology is often distinguished from phonetics. While phonetics concerns t... ...ction, acoustic transmission and perception of the sounds of speech,[1][2] phonology describes the way sounds function within a given language or acro... ... Irish Italian ...

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New English and Italian pronouncing and explanatory dictionary; Volume: 2

By: Millhouse, John; Bracciforti, Ferdinando

...*-%-,•• 's/f^. A-to'ii % '^- i Y/r^JLorC ;^ I l^ol- NUOVO DIZIONA^RIO ITALIANO ED INGLESE CON LA PRONUNCIA FIGURATA DUE VOLUMI, U'a\.'D NUOVO ... ... INGLESE CON LA PRONUNCIA FIGURATA DUE VOLUMI, U'a\.'D NUOVO DIZIONARIO ITALIANO KD INGI.F.SK CON LA PKONIXCIA FIGI RATA CON MOLTE AGGIUNTE OTTAVA ... ...ilano - Tipografia BODONIANA ^ Via G. Broggi, 5. OF THE PRONUNCIATION TUE ITALIAN ALPHABET. riERi — g — VOWELS. A hav but one sound in Italian, that... ... in the English word coo; as, ctibo, a cube. J is considered as a vowel in Italian. At the end of a word it sounds like ee in the English word, bee, e... ...rds yield, year, young; as jena, hyena^ nòja, annoyance. CONSONANTS. — The Italian consonants are pronounced Wee the English^ except c, g, h, s, z. <v... ... fonolite, sf. {min.) phónolite, sóUnding- stóne, clinkstone enologia, sf. phonology, treatise on swnds ontàle, a. original, primary, chief, first ont...

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Belarusian phonology

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...inctive features As an East Slavic language, Belarusian phonology is very similar to Russian phonology, and also rather similar to ... ...is very similar to Russian phonology, and also rather similar to Ukrainian phonology. The primary differences are:[1] Ak... ...so that, unlike in Russian, Belarusian spelling closely represents surface phonology rather than the underlying morphophonology. For example, akannye,... ... Irish Italian ... ...inctive features As an East Slavic language, Belarusian phonology is very similar to Russian phonology, and also rather similar to ... ...is very similar to Russian phonology, and also rather similar to Ukrainian phonology. The primary differences are:[1] Ak... ... Irish Italian ...

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An Italian Grammar with Exercises

By: Young, Mary Vance, 1866

...ature Collection World Public Library.org WITH EXERCISES Title: AN ITALIAN GRAMMAR WITH EXERCISES Author: MARY VANCE YOUNG Language: English ... ...... ...reparation should be mentioned Moise's Regole ed Osservazioni della Lingua Italiana, from which material for the lists of iii iv PREFACE. preposition... ...ren, Josselyn's Etude sur la phouetique italienne , and the section on the Italian language in Grober's Grundriss der Romani- schen Philologie have be... ... Ramsey, by whose permission the paragraphs on the correspondences between Italian and English words have been borrowed from his Spanish Grammar; and ... ... vowels, and the syllables are divided 1 Cf. Hempl, German Orthography and Phonology- , 146 2 Care must be taken in the pronunciation of au. The sound...

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Tamil phonology

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... voice is assigned depending on a consonant's position in a word.[1] Tamil phonology permits few consonant clusters, which can never be word initial. ... ...ist in some dialects. These are peripheral to the phonology of Tamil, being found only in loanwords and frequently replaced b... ... Phonology ... ... Tamil phonology ... ... Irish Italian ... ...es Tamil phonology is characterised by the presence of retroflex consonants and mult... ... Irish Italian ...

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Some Points of Similarity in the Phonology of Welsh and Breton

By: Parry Williams, T. H. (Thomas Herbert), Sir 1887-1975

...TION 21708 1 UC-NRLF 82^^5590 B 2 bis STD Some Points ot Similarity IN THE Phonology of Welsh and Breton INAUGURAL-DISSERTATION ZUR ERLANGUNG DER DOKT... ... gglYBRSlTY Uf CALIFORNIA LlBRAftl Some Points of Similarity IN THE Phonology of Welsh and Breton INAUGURAL-DISSERTATION ZUR ERLANGUNG DER DOKT... ... Forderungmeiner Arbeit auszusprechen. SOME POINTS OF SIMILARITY IN THE PHONOLOGY OF WELSH AND BRETON INTRODUCTION In this paper an attempt has bee... ... in isolated words from the Bre- ton Charters. Most ofthe peculiarities of phonology to which reference is made, date, however, from the middle and la... ...a prothetic vowel, as was the case in late Latin and further in French and Italian. The rule in Welsh is the exception in Breton ; in the former branc... ...i6,p. 325. I . Mercher may owe its final -er to Gwener, Similarity in the Phonology of Welsh and Breton. 9 A parallel but reverse change is apparent ...

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Metrical phonology

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...d using the cyclic reapplication of rules to words and phrases. Metrical phonology holds that stress is separate from pitch accent and has phoneti... ... phrase it appears in. Metrical trees Linguistic prominence in metrical phonology is partially determined by the relations between nodes in a branc... ...e phrase (ip) level have to switch, resulting in (2). (2) In Metrical Phonology there has been debate about whether nodes on metrical trees must ... ...the first segment in a foot . Similarly, in the Gorgia Toscana variety of Italian, the intonation phrase is the domain of a rule that changes voicel... ...tion is not influenced by the internal makeup of the syllables. Metrical phonology and music Hierarchical patterns of prominence like those represe... ...an result when relatively strong nodes are empty. Advantages of metrical phonology Metrical phonology offers a number of advantages over a system r...

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The Romances of Chivalry in Italian Verse : Selections

By: Ford, J. D. M. (Jeremiah Denis Matthias), 1873-1958; Ford, Mary Agnes Teresa, 1878

...F TORONTO by Professor A. F. B. Clark THE ROMANCES OF CHIVALRY IN ITALIAN VERSL - SELECTIONS EDITED WITH INTRODUCTION AND NOTES 1SY J. 1). M.... ...y two chief purposes; the one is that of furnishing high-grade reading for Italian classes in the collegiate institutions of English-speaking regions;... ...anted. Converted into roman- tic narrative almost from the moment that the Italian guillare manifests an interest in it, it is soon passing to the han... ...em, should be hardly less potent a reason for acquiring a knowledge of the Italian language than is the desire to read Dante in the original. Of cours... ...Preface Dante as one of the greatest geniuses of all time, but we who love Italian literature as a whole cannot but deplore the narrowness of college ... ...zed, becoming at times a jargon in which features of the Venetian lexicon, phonology, morphology, and syntax are decidedly obvious and tend to predomi...

Subject: Italian poetry; Satire, Italian

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Afrikaans phonology

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...Afrikaans is a Germanic language and as such has a similar phonology to other Germanic languages, particularly Dutch, Frisian, English... ...s /t/).[5] See also Dutch phonology References ... ... Irish Italian ... ... Afrikaans is a Germanic language and as such has a similar phonology to other Germanic languages, particularly Dutch, Frisian, English... ...s /t/).[5] See also Dutch phonology References ... ... Irish Italian ...

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Modern Provençal Phonology and Morphology Studied in the Language of Frederic Mistral

By: Ford, H. E. (Harry Egerton), B. 1873

...ERTON FORD Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org PHONOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY Title: MODERN PROVENÇAL PHONOLOGY AND MORPHOL... ... TUntvccsiti? STUDIES IN ROMANCE PHILOLOGY AND LITERATURE MODERN PROVENCAL PHONOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS SALES AGENTS NEW YORK L... ...HANGHAI EDWARD EVANS & SONS, Ltd. 30 North Szechuen Road MODERN PROVENCAL PHONOLOGYAND MORPHOLOGY STUDIED IN THE LANGUAGE OF , , . FREDERIC MISTRAL,.... ...njat, UOurtogrdfi prouvengalo, Avignon, 1908. VI . > ' ' MODERN PROVENCAL PHONOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY INTRODUCTION 1. The language studied in this disse... ...itio nominis et non une definitio ret. I t r f 2,. ' -. MODERN PROVHNgAI, PHONOLOGY C'est pourquoi je suis convaincu que le meilleur moyen de faire a... ...lost its first element and became yod but which survived in Old Provengal, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese. In Rhodanien it is reduced to yod as in Fr... ...son singular of the present indicative (cf . parlavo instead of parlava in Italian due to the influence of parlo). In the other conjugations even in O...

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Bengali phonology

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...nked by a consonant on each side). Many speakers of Bengali restrict their phonology to this pattern, even when using Sanskrit or English borrowings, ... ...fluence The influence of Tibeto-Burman languages on the phonology of Purbo Bengali (Bangladesh) is seen through the lack of nasaliz... ... Hayes, B.; Lahiri, A. (1991), "Bengali intonational phonology", Natural Language & Linguistic Theory (Springer Science) 9: ... ... Irish Italian ... ... Phonology ... ... Language phonologies The phonology of the Bengali language is, like that of its neighbouring Eastern... ... Irish Italian ...

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Synopsis of Old English Phonology, Being a Systematic Account of Old English Vowels and Consonants and Their Correspondences in the Cognate Languages

By: Mayhew, Anthony Lawson, B. 1842

... SYNOPSIS /^ • OLD ENGLISH PHONOLOGY BEING A SYSTEMATIC ACCOUNT OF OLD ENGLISH VOWELS AND CONS... ...SITY OF HALLE PREFACE. I HAVE named this little work 'A Synopsis of Old English Phonology/ By the term ' phonology ' I mean exactly the same thing ... ...(contained in Part I) consists oftwo main divisions. In the former VI OLD ENGLISH PHONOLOGY. and larger part (contained in Chapters I and II) I start... ...Ablaut' Series in Old English and the Cognate Languages . . 644-656 X OLD ENGLISH PHONOLOGY, PART II. Correspondence of Old English with Modern Engli... ...scan. VI. Celtic, including Old Gaulish, Old Irish and Old Welsh. Xll OLD ENGLISH PHONOLOGY. VII. Baltic-Slavonic, including Old Prussian, Lithu- ani... ...p. sealt salt, Goth, salt, from Germ, base salta-. Wesilh foreign, Welch, OHG.Walh Italian,foreign. [We find also Wealas Wales even after the disappea... ...p. Svo, 3.?. Voltaire. Merope. Edited by G. Saintsbury, M.A. [Extra fcap. 8vo, 2j. ITALIAN. Dante. Selections from the * Inferno.^ With Introduction a...

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Occitan phonology

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...This article describes the phonology of the Occitan language. ... ...ical development 5.1 Old Occitan phonology 6 See al... ...nal position in some dialects).[13] Old Occitan phonology ... ... vestidura Italian mare ... ... See also Catalan phonology Occitan conjugation ... ...iddle Ages and Renaissance, Volume 1, p. 105: The Italian notation gl and the Catalanized ll, both indicating [ʎ], give evide... ... Irish Italian ... ... vestidura Italian mare ... ...iddle Ages and Renaissance, Volume 1, p. 105: The Italian notation gl and the Catalanized ll, both indicating [ʎ], give evide...

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The Phonology of the Pistojese Dialect

By: Bruner, James Dowden, 1864

...llection World Public Library.org THE PISTOJESE DIALECT Title: THE PHONOLOGY OF THE PISTOJESE DIALECT Author: JAMES DOWDEN BRUNER Language: E... ...... ... 87 11. Aspirate h °7 SIGNS OF TRANSCRIPTION. Vowels. e = closed e of the Italian. e = open e " " " o = closed o " " u o = onen o " " " = open p II. ... ...in thine. o = voiceless ch in church. g = voiced c=j in June. V =gl of the Italian. n' =gn" " " s = voiced s. z =ts. $ = voiceless sh in shine. z = vo... ...z =ts. $ = voiceless sh in shine. z = voiced s. z = « z. J. D. B. Vll THE PHONOLOGY OF THE PISTOJESE DIALECT. Introduction. The Dialect of Pistoja an... ...hysiological point of view ; and secondly in comparison with other Tuscan (Italian) dia- lects. The sources at my disposal were the MSS. of the librar... ...he modern products, just as they are pronounced by the people to-day. THE PHONOLOGY OF THE PISTOJESE DIALECT. BIBLIOGRAPHY. I. PlSTOJESE. XIIIc. 1. D... ...o di Firenze (MS. 1362). 1 Also published by E. Monaci in bis Crestornazia italiana dei primi secoli, pp. 160-1. 2 Published by me in Mod. Lang. Notes... ...tato, di Perlone Zipoli, Mila.no, 1807 (Mai. Mac). 13. Longfellow, H.W., " Italian Dialects," in North Ameri- can Review, vol. 35 (N. Amer. Rev.). 14....

Italian language -- Dialects Italy Pistoia

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Maldivian phonology

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... The influence of other languages has played a great role in Maldivian phonology. For example the phoneme /z/ comes entirely from foreign influenc... ... Irish Italian ... ... The influence of other languages has played a great role in Maldivian phonology. For example the phoneme /z/ comes entirely from foreign influenc... ... Irish Italian ...

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Synopsis of Old English Phonology, Being a Systematic Account of Old English Vowels and Consonants and Their Correspondences in the Cognate Languages

By: Mayhew, Anthony Lawson, B. 1842

...BRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOSANGELES l^ SYNOPSIS OF OLD ENGLISH PHONOLOGY BEING .4 SYSTEMATIC ACCOUNT OF OLD ENGLISH FOIFELS AND CONSONAN... ...ALLE |2 PREFACE. 1 HAVE named this little work 'A Synopsis of Old English Phonology.' By the term ' phonology ' I mean exactly the same thing as th... ...ined in Part I) consists oftwo main divisions. In the former vi OLD ENGLISH PHONOLOGY. and larger part (contained in Chapters I and II) I start from ... ...' Series in Old English and the Cognate Languages . . 644-656 X OLD ENGLISH PHONOLOGY. PART n. Correspondence of Old English with Modern English Soun... ...VI. Celtic, including Old Gaulish, Old Irish and Old Welsh. Xll OLD ENGLISH PHONOLOGY. VII. Baltic-Slavonic, including Old Prussian, Lithu- anian, Le... ...alt salt, Goth, salt, from Germ, base salta-. Wealh >r^zV;?, Welch, OHG.Walh Italian,foreign. [We find also "Wealas Wales even after the disappearance...

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Abkhaz phonology

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...z has three major dialects, Abzhywa, Bzyp and Sadz, which differ mainly in phonology. Contents ... ... Irish Italian ... ...z has three major dialects, Abzhywa, Bzyp and Sadz, which differ mainly in phonology. Contents ... ... Irish Italian ...

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The Phonology of Gallic Clerical Latin after the Sixth Century : An Introductory Historical Study Based Chiefly on Merovingian and Carolingian Spelling and on the Forms of Old French Loan-Words

By: Rice, Carlton Cosmo, 1876-1945

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE PHONOLOGY OF GALLIC CLERICAL LATIN AFTER THE SIXTH CENTURY Author: CARL C. ... ...... ...of Modern Lan- guages, have examined the thesis of Carl Cosmo Rice on "The Phonology of Gallic Clerical Latin after the Sixth Century," presented in c... ...d) E. S. SHELDON. C. H. GRANDGENT. INTRODUCTION. The brief account of the phonology of Gallic clerical Latin here presented is based on significant s... ...In other cases there is a possi- bility that the writer in question was an Italian, whose pronunciation of Latin would of course have been very differ... ...presi, etc., in French, Provencal, Spanish, Portuguese and North and South Italian (Meyer- Lubke, Rom. Gram. I., pp. 98, 256) is noteworthy. The coale... ... as in analogous French words. The circumstance that in both Proven9al and Italian learned words accented e is regularly represented by , argues for a... ...ation of Latin e as in Northern France. Pio Rajna (Biblioteca delle scuole italiane, 1891, p. 293) 1 informs us that at present, in all Italy except L... ...., 166, regards this spelling as 1 Professor Grandgent, in his lectures on Italian phonology, takes words of this type as an indication that Latin acc...

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Colognian phonology

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...rom the same word in Old Colognian, which borrowed it before 1581 from Old Italian sortire.[10] Foreign words that are neologisms are usually adopted ... ...nce is small anyways. The second pronunciation is an adaption to Colognian phonology. Whether the first is only owed to coarticulation, and should not... ... Irish Italian ... ...aining non-English-language text Articles containing Italian-language text WorldHeritage articles needing ... ... This article covers the phonology of modern Colognian as spoken in the city of Cologne. Varieties s... ...rom the same word in Old Colognian, which borrowed it before 1581 from Old Italian sortire.[10] Foreign words that are neologisms are usually adopted ... ...nce is small anyways. The second pronunciation is an adaption to Colognian phonology. Whether the first is only owed to coarticulation, and should not... ... Irish Italian ...

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A new dictionary of the English and Italian languages

By: Enenkel, Arthur, B. 1856

...n 2010 http://www.archive.org/details/newdictionaryofeOOenen i:x(;lisii and Italian I'R 110.\AK\ A NEW DICTIONARY OF THE English and Italian langu... ...s. Author of the new EnRlish : English dictionary and nun. :•>., ENGLISH AND ITALIAN PART DAVID MCKAY COMPANY, IXC NKW YOHK PBINTED IN THE UNITED STA... ...t aspirations wil\ have txrn realised. Roezol AiiTHiK KNKNKEL. E3IQU6B .150 ITALIAN DICTIOHAR? TABLE FOR THE ITALIAN PRONUMCIATION a sounds ts in far... ...ulse of the voice. The tonic accent is Indicated by »hi« Riro . ENGLISH AND ITALIAN DICTIONART III A TABLE OF ITALIAN MONEYS, WEIGHTS AND MEASURES MO... ... d. 1 i;2 L.O 2c<>nl«ami =0 I - £ 6. =03 = 1 = 00 =00 LIST OF,THE IRREGULAR ITALIAN VERBS FIRST CONJUGATION {ARE) Andare, prex. indie, sign, vo, vai,... ...nografo (fonografo) m. phonograph; phonographer. Fonolofjia (fonolodji'a) f. phonology Fonlaua [fonta'na) f. fountain, source. Fontanèlla (fontane'la)...

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Somali phonology

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...This article describes the phonology of the Somali language. ... ... Irish Italian ...

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Natural phonology and loanword phonology (with selected examples from Miami Cuban Spanish).

By: Bjarkman, Peter C

...NATURAL PHONOLOGY AND LOAMTORD PHONOLOGY (WITH SELECTED EXi\MPLES FROM MIAMI CUBAN SPANISH) By PETER CHRIS... ...nd providing so many inspirations along the way. Much of what I know about phonology can be credited directly to Gary Miller; and Bohdan Saciuk has be... ... OF CONTENTS ACKN0^^JLEDGO•IEKTS ABSTRACT Part One Introduction to Natural Phonology CHAPTER ONE BACKGROUND AND ISSUES 1.1 Introduction 2 1.2 Claims o... ...CHAPTER ONE BACKGROUND AND ISSUES 1.1 Introduction 2 1.2 Claims of Natural Phonology 10 1.2.1 The innateness of natural processes 11 1.2.2 The restric... ...tivations in linguistic change 18 1.2.8 The prominence of natural loanword phonology 20 1.3 Explanation and Performance Models 25 1.4 Remarks on Cuban... ...es display a similar tendency in this position, as evidenced by German and Italian (1973, page 467). Voiced stops becomes fricatives in this same posi... ...in T_ between vowels voices to d^ in Spanish and Portuguese (though not in Italian) while Latin D^ is dropped regularly for French and Portuguese and ...

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Hawaiian phonology

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...cribed by Schütz,[1] and on the descriptions of Hawaiian pronunciation and phonology made by Lyovin,[2] and Elbert & Pukui.[3][4] Some additional ... ...m, n, l, w/ with glottal fricative /h/ and glottal stop /ʔ/. (See Hawaiian phonology#Glottal stop) There are also instances of var... ... Irish Italian ... ...cribed by Schütz,[1] and on the descriptions of Hawaiian pronunciation and phonology made by Lyovin,[2] and Elbert & Pukui.[3][4] Some additional ... ...m, n, l, w/ with glottal fricative /h/ and glottal stop /ʔ/. (See Hawaiian phonology#Glottal stop) There are also instances of var... ... Irish Italian ...

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The phonology of the Pistojese dialect

By: Bruner, James Dowden, 1864
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Czech phonology

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...ferences ^ Kučera, H. (1961). The Phonology of Czech. s’ Gravenhage: Mouton & Co. ... ...ládková (2012:229) ^ Kučera, H. (1961). The Phonology of Czech. s’ Gravenhage: Mouton & Co. ... ... Irish Italian ... ...ferences ^ Kučera, H. (1961). The Phonology of Czech. s’ Gravenhage: Mouton & Co. ... ...ládková (2012:229) ^ Kučera, H. (1961). The Phonology of Czech. s’ Gravenhage: Mouton & Co. ... ... Irish Italian ...

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A History of English Sounds from the Earliest Period : With Full Word-Lists

By: Sweet, Henry, 1845-1912

...le number of separate languages. Brugman's Grundriss, which is confined to the phonology of the Arian languages, takes up nearly six hundred pages, an... ... it is what it professes to be a mere outline ! But the main features of Arian phonology can be stated in a much smaller space, if the reader is conte... ... take them without detailed proofs. Such brief summaries of Arian and Germanic phonology as I have given in this book are, besides, useful for referen... ....l in such a way as to make them worse than useless for purposes of historical phonology. American English and Irish English an- equally important and... ...o glorja. 55. Place. As regards height, short vowels tend to lower- ing, as in Italian neve [ from nivem, Dutch whip scfLrD * ship/ long to raising, a... ... lip-narrowing. 65. All of these are falling diphthongs. Rising clefts are the Italian x[, ij from Latin e, 8 through [*, J, as in lieve, buono from l... ...ning into open consonants, as in French fille, milieu, where co has become (D, Italian famma fiGmflamma. 84. The change of an open consonant into a vo... ...h. <r> has been stopped in Greek -Hi/on = ojsf a}l, Latin t////7 /////, and in Italian gia Be] from jam, all pointing to a preliminary stopping of (t>... ... to Front. This cliange appears to be always com- binative. 92. Front to Back. Italian valga from valeam through *>]coa>] and *X)coffi]. So also It. t...

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Icelandic phonology

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...1276.  Thráinsson, Höskuldur (1978). "On the Phonology of Icelandic Preaspiration". Nordic Journal of Linguistics 1: 3–5... ... Phonology ... ... Irish Italian ... ...1276.  Thráinsson, Höskuldur (1978). "On the Phonology of Icelandic Preaspiration". Nordic Journal of Linguistics 1: 3–5... ... Phonology ... ... Irish Italian ...

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Italian Grammar

By: Grandgent, C. H. (Charles Hall), 1862-1939

....".. I ReVìSED AMD ì^C.Heatr 1beatb'6 flDobern Xanguage Qcvlce. ITALIAN GRAMMAR. BY C. H. GRANDGENT, PROFESSOR OF ROMANCE LANGUAGES IN HARV... ...ds explained in the notes, nor proper m names that are exactly the same in Italian and in English. ^ I have endeavored to make the book represent the ... ...Still, I have tried to give also as many obsolete forms as students of the Italian classics will require. It has been my aim throughout to make the ru... ...set of Lessons and Exercises, the latter being taken in large part from my Italian Composition. The Italian texts at the end of the chapters, in the b... ... ences to the body of the Gra7n?nar, a course of study in the rudiments of Italian. The numbers refer to paragraphs : they include all sub- divisions ... ...E PHILOLOGY. Introduction to Vulgar Latin (Grandgent). $1.50. :!?»-ovensal Phonology and Morphology (Grandgent). $1.50. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LI...

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Korean phonology

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...This article is a technical description of the phonetics and phonology of Korean. Korean has many allophones, so it ... ... Phonology ... ... Irish Italian ... ... This article is a technical description of the phonetics and phonology of Korean. Korean has many allophones, so it ... ... Phonology ... ... Irish Italian ...

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Italian Grammar

By: Grandgent, C. H. (Charles Hall), 1862-1939

... Margaret Montgomery TORONTO, CAN 1beatb'0 flDobern Xanouage Seriee. ITALIAN GRAMMAR, BY C. H. GRANDGENT, PROFESSOR OF ROMANCE LANGUAGES IN HA... ...d the smallest possible compass all the grammar that the ordinary student of Italian will need. Short as the book is, it con- tains some paragraphs wh... ...e in ItaUan and in English. I have endeavored to make the book represent the Italian lan- guage as it is spoken and written at the present day ; the e... .... Still, I have tried to give also as many obsolete forms as students of the Italian classics will require. It has been my aim throughout to make the ... ...f the English oties that are most like them : an accurate description of the Italian sounds would, I fear, prove confusing to beginners who have had n... ...ADVERTISEMENTS. Ibeatb's /IDoDeru ^Language Series* PROVENCAL. Outline of Phonology and Morphology (Grandgent). $1.50. SPANISH. Hills and Ford's Sp...

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Finnish phonology

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...ade" and a "weak grade". These alternations are always conditioned by both phonology and morphosyntax. The phonological factor which triggers the weak... ... Irish Italian ...

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Studies in New Mexican Spanish : Part I: Phonology

By: Espinosa, Aurelio Macedonio, 1880-1958

...cago FOUNDED BY JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER STUDIES IN NEW MEXICAN SPANISH PART I: PHONOLOGY A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF... ...9 FOUNDED BY JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER STUDIES IN NEW MEXICAN SPANISH PART I: PHONOLOGY A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF... ...03. Grandgent, C. H., Vulgar Latin. Boston 1907. (Grandgent, V. L.) —, The Phonology and Morphology of Old Provengal. Boston 1906. (Grandgent, 0. P.) ... ... Poesias liricas de autores contempordneos. Mexico 1898. Maiden, 0. C, The Phonology of the Spanish Dialect of Mexico City. Baltimore 1896. (Marden, S... ... Apuntaciones, §§786, 82 1). 1 This phenomenon is also found in Florentine Italian and in Portuguese, especially before gutturals and palatals. 2 § 26... ...* Meyer-Lubke I, § 95. As to the cases cited by Meyer-Lubke for Florentine Italian and Portuguese, I would add that some of the words cited show the c... ...ferred by Augustus and which prevailed in Italy and Southern Gaul, 1 > Old Italian semo, sem, Provencal sem, or, it may be the Old Spanish seemos < se... ... be the nasals m, n, n, which often cause e > i, in Portuguese, Florentine Italian. Old Spanish, 1 Asturian, New Mexican Spanish, etc., see § 25 and n... ...ins > is, the form common in Bogota (Cuervo, Apuntac'wnes, § 816), and the Italian development of Latin ins + p or t. The group ns was from Vulgar Lat...

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Romanian phonology

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...iginal spellings, but their pronunciation has been adapted to the Romanian phonology. The table below gives some examples. { ! Diphthong Examples ... ...y transcribed ). The Romanian consonant set is almost the same as that in Italian, with a few exceptions: The Italian palatal consonants , and affri... ...ass, duh spirit l in like lung long, alună hazelnut, fel sort Italian r repede quickly, tren train, măr apple Palatalized consona... ...965Very detailed Romanian grammar, with some notes on phonetics and morpho-phonology (PDF; 183 pages; 4.6 MB) Romanian Language Sounds Sounds of the ...

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German Orthography and Phonology, A Treatise with a Word-List

By: Hempl, George, 1859-1921

... HEMPL Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org AND PHONOLOGY Title: GERMAN ORTHOGRAPHY AND PHONOLOGY Author: GEORGE HEMPL... ...ti lEnttrfti at Stationers' %all by * * 1897 tf \} GERMAN ORTHOGRAPHY AND PHONOLOGY A TREATISE WITH A WORD-LIST BY GEORGE HEMPL PHD PROFESSOR OF ENGL... ...ALS, pages 43-48. Rules 44 Chapter V. PUNCTUATION, pages 49-57. ffioofe ij PHONOLOGY Chapter I. PHONETICS, pages 61-87. The Organs of Speech 61 The Ph... ...' (6), &for the restriction of the meaningof ' Gothic ' ( 5). The use of ' Italian Half-Gothic ' was but natural after my explanation xviii preface o... ...lf-uncial and more particularly in the minuscule. Upon a later form of the Italian hand is based the Script in vogue in Romance countries and with us.... ...mitation of them, see 9. INFLUENCE OF THE RENAISSANCE AND THE ROCOCO 7. i) Italian scribes had maintained a graceful round minuscule and, though this ... ...stored in Fraktur, 7,2 end). Of the many forms, it is well to specify : 1) Italian, an imitation of the handsome black form that the Italian minuscule... ... fritcgt.TlPcc 9ifct: tn Erasmus' tract "IMegtmg beg 1. ^falmen" 1520. (4. Italian Half-Gothic, 9, i N.) dccbrmia tx:rf4dpcit. Ol?ercft:c itcbtt>ctn f... ... 1853. t tephan Subroig 3totlj = ' The late Stephan Ludwig Roth.' Book fj PHONOLOGY Chapter j PHONETICS 69. The PHONOLOGY of a language is that part...

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Modern Hebrew phonology

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...This article is about the phonology of the Hebrew language based on the Israeli dialects. It deals wi... ...f the Hebrew language based on the Israeli dialects. It deals with current phonology and phonetics as well as with historical developments thereof, in... ...nguage suggests two transliteration sets, a generic one, reflecting modern phonology, and a strict one, reflecting the orthographic distinctions, whic... ... the orthographic distinctions, which are still in use, and the historical phonology.[2] ... ... phonologically (and, in part, phonetically) distinguishable. However, the phonology of Modern Hebrew has produced four phonetic variants of Shva, eit... ... Irish Italian ... ...ephardi Italian ...

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An Outline of the Phonology and Morphology of Old Provençal

By: Grandgent, C. H. (Charles Hall), 1862-1939

...Library.org AND MORPHOLOGY OF OLD PROVENCAL Title: AN OUTLINE OF THE PHONOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY OF OLD PROVENCAL Author: C. H. GRANDGENT Language:... ...dLibrary.net Cj-762 Ibeatb'g fftofrern language Series AN OUTLINE OF THE PHONOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY OF OLD PROVENCAL BY C. H. GRANDGENT PROFESSOR OF R... .... Con- tributions by A. Restori to several volumes of the Rivista musicale italiana deal with Provengal music; some tunes in modern notation are to be... ...accent. Intervocalic (of consonants) : stand- ing between two vowels. It.: Italian. Kb'rting: G. Korting, Lateinisch- romanisches Worterbuch, 2d ed., ... ...B. Phonetic characters not entered in this list are to be pronounced as in Italian. Whenever it is essential to distinguish spelling from pronunciatio... ... pit. y : k : English k in maker. z : k' : see c'. z: 1': palatal /, as in Italian figlio. palatal n, as in Italian ogni. English ng in sing. German <... ...crazy. French^' in. jour. vii TABLE OF CONTENTS. PAGES INTRODUCTION 1-9 PHONOLOGY 10-84 Accent 11-13 Vowels 13-36 Quantity 13-14 Accented Vowels 14... ...nal 144-145 Imperfect Subjunctive 145-146 INDEX 147-159 AN OUTLINE OF THE PHONOLOGY AND MOR- PHOLOGY OF OLD PROVENQAL. I. INTRODUCTION. 1. The langua... ...niol, niola, niul, niula, nivol. According to Nigra, Archivio glottologico italiano, XV, 494, nubes^>nubilus^>*nibulus (and *ntbulusl) y whence might ...

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Second-language phonology

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... The phonology of second languages is different from the phonology of first languages in various ways. The... ...een non-native speakers' first and second languages. Research on second-language phonology has been done not only on segments,[2] ... ...peakers’ speech rate (Derwing and Munro, 1995), and speech rates in a sentence by highly experienced Italian and Korean nonnative speakers of English ... ...ish speakers' (Guion et al., 2000). In this study, the main factor of the slower speech rate for the Italian and Korean accented English was the durat... .... Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Archibald, L. (1998b) Second language phonology. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. ... ...om January 2013 All articles lacking reliable references Phonology Second-language a...

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