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A single tone or tonal melody, that can be associated to a single marked syllable in any word). ) Another typology is that given by Hayata (1997), whose model is reproduced in Tida (2003); this typology, which aims to include stress languages as well, and to distinguish the possibility of foot-tone from word-tone languages, is given in slightly modified form in Table 10. Domain word Phonological contrast location Phonetic correlates stress pitch Patterns foot syllable Word=syllable Examples Russian, English Tokyo Japanese Dom Yabem?

Its wide range of uses are described in detail elsewhere,15 but a common function is to distinguish present (39) from future tense (40). motion-1SG-AS-PROX I'm digging a hole (now). 56) 1SG 15 See: Loughnane, A discussion of mood, modality and related categories in Golin (this volume). motion-IRR-1SG-AS-PROX I will dig a hole. e. *LVstem+ra ⇒ Lstem-a), and the stem n- (21). The presence or absence of the suffix -ra is one of the conditioning factors on the allomorphs of first person singular subject (-i, -l, Ø) in Slot III.

We could further sort down to the level of segmentally identical words, though usually this delivered too few tokens to be helpful. Having carried out this initial phonologicalstructure sort, we could then re-listen to all tokens in a given category, and group them according to perceived tonal similarity. g. between CV and CVV structures. These were the crucial steps in developing our hypotheses about the number of tonemic categories and their varying realizations. Where it was helpful, individual tokens were then loaded into PRAAT, a computer-aided phonetic analysis program (Boersma and Weenink, 2004).

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