The Dutch dialect of Weert

@article{Heijmans1998TheDD,
  title={The Dutch dialect of Weert},
  author={Linda Heijmans and Carlos Gussenhoven},
  journal={Journal of the International Phonetic Association},
  year={1998},
  volume={28},
  pages={107 - 112}
}
En s'appuyant sur les donnees issues de la transcription phonetique d'un passage enregistre aupres d'un locuteur habitant dans un village pres de la ville de Weert (province du Limburg), l'A. propose un inventaire phonematique et prosodique du dialecte neerlandais parle dans cette region 

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