MANDARIN: AN ACOUSTIC STUDY

@inproceedings{IDENTITY2018MANDARINAA,
  title={MANDARIN: AN ACOUSTIC STUDY},
  author={PHONOLOGICAL IDENTITY and of the and NEUTRAL-TONE SYLLABLES and Karen Huang},
  year={2018}
}
Taiwan Mandarin, one of the more syllable-timed dialects of Mandarin, has fewer unstressed syllables than Standard Mandarin. Acoustic analyses show that the supposedly unstressed syllables—neutral-tone syllables—in Taiwan Mandarin behave differently from those of Standard Mandarin. Unlike Standard Mandarin, these syllables do not raise their pitch after Tone 3. They have a distinct static mid-low pitch target and the target is implemented with a stronger articulatory strength. Moreover… CONTINUE READING

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