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PTLC2005 Mariko Kondo Strategies for acquiring Japanese prosody:3 In Japanese speakers’ utterances, the presence or absence of accent on the mora did not significantly alter the average duration of the first mora /ka/ (Fig. 1). The duration of /C2V2/ increased when it was accented in Japanese speakers’ utterances (p<0. 0001), though the increase was much smaller than with the English speakers (Fig.
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Floating Numeral Quantifiers; Japanese; Prosody; Syntax; Information . The Organization of Japanese Prosody. In S. Miyagawa, & M. Saito (Ed., The Oxford hand book of Japanese linguistics (pp. 287-319). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Floating Numeral Quantifiers; Japanese; Prosody; Syntax; Information Structure. Conflicts of Interest. The authors declare no conflicts of interest. Prosody and Quantifier Float in Japanese. Open Journal of Modern Linguistics, 3, 87-93.