The Phonology of Standard Chinese (The Phonology of the World's Languages) download epub
by San Duanmu
Yen-Hwei Lin, Phonology 'Explanations are based on a variety of perspectives, from traditional views of the phoneme to feature geometry and Optimality . San Duanmu is Professor of Linguistics, University of Michigan.
Yen-Hwei Lin, Phonology 'Explanations are based on a variety of perspectives, from traditional views of the phoneme to feature geometry and Optimality Theory, each concisely introduced so that the discussion easy to follow even for the novice. in linguistics from MIT in 1990s and has held teaching posts at Fudan University, Shanghai (1981-86) and at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (1991-present).
If you like the works of San Duanmu, you're gonna love this book I read the book because I spend most of the year living in China
If you like the works of San Duanmu, you're gonna love this book. He also abandons his use of the retroflex approximant to represent the rhotic in onset position in favor of the voiced retroflex fricative which was a choice that I didn't necessarily agree with in the first volume. All around comeback for Duanmu. I read the book because I spend most of the year living in China. I've found that nobody in China seems to speak the way I was taught in Chinese class. I was hoping for some clues about authentic pronunciation.
I read the book because I spend most of the year living in China. One example: it confirmed that not only do many Chinese words have both single and double syllable forms, but MOST of them do, a condition that strongly affects Chinese culture.
This article summarizes the phonology (the sound system, or in more general terms, the pronunciation) of Standard Chinese (Standard Mandarin). Standard Chinese is based on the Beijing dialect of Mandarin. Actual production varies widely among speakers, as they inadvertently introduce elements of their native dialects (although television and radio announcers are chosen for their pronunciation accuracy and standard accent)
Chinese phonology has been studied for over 1700 years. Before the twentieth century the focus of such scholarship was on the rhyming categories of syllables for the purposes of composing proper literary works and of preserving what was felt to be proper Chinese.
Chinese phonology has been studied for over 1700 years. The academic study of Chinese linguistics, including phonology, dates from the 1960s. This has produced substantial literature, mainly in Chinese
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This paper takes the same learner data and looks instead at what these errors say about the respective phonological structures o. .
Standard Mandarin has been claimed to have stress distinctions in a limited number of words (. Chao, 1968;Duanmu, 2007).
Published June 2000 by Oxford University Press.
The World of Chinese Magazine This book contains tons of interesting material, all well-presented and well-argued.
The World of Chinese Magazine. This book contains tons of interesting material, all well-presented and well-argued.