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A Quantitative Analysis of Diphthongization in Montreal French
In Montreal French, a process of diphthongization affects long vowels: those that are inherently long due to historical compensatory lengthening (Yaeger-Dror and Kemp, 1992), and those that areExpand
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The long tail of language change: A trend and panel study of Québécois French futures
Abstract A previous panel study of 59 speakers of Montreal French showed an increase in inflected futures (IF) at the expense of periphrastic futures (PF) as this population aged, running counter toExpand
Age Grading, Style, and Language Change