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Transfer of Cantonese Prosodic Traits
Which is more Difficult for the Japanese Native Speaker to Master
amplitude assumption Autosegmental basis Beckman bimoraic Cantonese and Japanese Cantonese durational Cantonese language Cantonese learner Cantonese Prosodic Cantonese Stress Cantonese syllables Cantonese tones Chinese compound contours contrastive analysis Creative Contrastive Hypothesis developmental dialects distinct prosodic domains Duanmu durational accent durational stress English Prosody epenthesis equidurational final lengthening focus foot structure function iambic interference interlanguage intonational pitch-accent isochrony Japanese language Japanese learner Japanese native speaker Japanese Phonology Japanese speaker Kubozono language transfer language universality Lehiste length lexical level lexical stress lexical tone loudness Markedness metrical mora mora-timed moraic morphemic native language negative transfer Phonology phrasal Pierrehumbert pitch leveling pitch-accent Predictability prosodic features prosodic parameters prosodic system prosodic traits Prosodic Transfer regular rhythm rigid Second Language Acquisition second language learning segmental Selinker sentence tonology speech stress-timing Sugito syntactic boundaries target language tendency theories tonal tone language transfer patterning typologically Universal Grammar utterance levels vowel word pitch-accent