Durational correlates of stress in Swedish, French and English*

@article{Fant1991DurationalCO,
  title={Durational correlates of stress in Swedish, French and English*},
  author={G. Fant and A. Kruckenberg and L. Nord},
  journal={Journal of Phonetics},
  year={1991},
  volume={19},
  pages={351-365}
}
This is a pilot study on stress and timing organization in the reading of a 1 min long paragraph from a Swedish novel, translated into English and French. A common feature is the tendency of content words to receive stress, which accounts for interstress intervals of the same magnitude in the three languages. In French, minor stresses in nonterminal locations are manifested by intonation contours rather than by durational features. We have specifically studied the distribution of stress-induced… Expand
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