By Johanneke Caspers, Yiya Chen, Willemijn Heeren, Jos Pacilly, Niels O. Schiller, Ellen van Zanten
Above and past the Segments offers a special number of experimental linguistic and phonetic study. regularly, it offers with the experimental method of prosodic, and extra particularly melodic, features of speech. however it additionally treats segmental phonetics and phonology, moment language studying, semantics and similar themes.
Apart from eu languages and dialects (including Dutch, English, Greek, Danish, and dialects from Italy and The Netherlands) there are also chapters on areas as frequent as China, Russia, South Africa, South Sudan, and Surinam. those all testify the large range of language and speech on the earth.
This ebook is of targeted curiosity to linguists engaged on prosodic facets of speech regularly and to these learning non-Western languages specifically.
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Caspers et al. (2012) have shown that advanced L2 speakers of Dutch with Hungarian as L1 tend to accent the negation when reading aloud a text containing a number of verum focus sentences, while L2 Dutch speakers with German as L1 accent the lexical verb, as the native speaker controls do. Another example of difficult accentuation is the case of modal particles (cf. Caspers & van der Wouden, 2008). “Modal particle” is a cover term for high-frequent, adverb-like words found in real-life discourse in languages such as German and Dutch (but not in English), used to express meaning nuances in various areas such 37 38 Johanneke Caspers as modality, evidentiality and aspect.
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