Intonational phonology of Catalan and its dialectal varieties

@inproceedings{Prieto2015IntonationalPO,
  title={Intonational phonology of Catalan and its dialectal varieties},
  author={Pilar Prieto and Joan Borr{\`a}s-Comes and Teresa Cabr{\'e} and Ver{\`o}nica Crespo-Sendra and Ignasi Mascar{\'o} and Paolo Roseano and Raf{\'e}u Sichel-Bazin and Mar{\'i}a del Mar Vanrell},
  year={2015}
}
Catalan is a Romance language that is spoken by about 10 million people in a region that lies within four adjacent European states, Andorra, Italy, France, and Spain. Fig. 2.1 shows a map of the geographical areas where Catalan is spoken, subdivided into its major and traditionally accepted dialects (Veny 1982): Central Catalan and Northwestern Catalan (spoken in Catalonia, Aragon, and Andorra), Valencian Catalan (Valencian region), Balearic Catalan (Balearic Islands), Northern Catalan (in the… CONTINUE READING

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