Prosodic Systems and Intonation in English

  title={Prosodic Systems and Intonation in English},
  author={David Crystal},
Preface 1. Some preliminary considerations 2. Past work on prosodic features 3. Voice-quality and sound attributes in prosodic study 4. The prosodic features of English 5. The intonation system of English 6. The grammar of intonation 7. The semantics of intonation Bibliography Index of persons Index of subjects. 

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