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The origin of tones in Viet-Muong

@inproceedings{Ferlus2004TheOO,
  title={The origin of tones in Viet-Muong},
  author={Michel Ferlus},
  year={2004}
}
Andre G. Haudricourt, in his seminal article "De l'origine des tons en vietnamien" (1954), showed masterly that the three tones of Ancient Vietnamese originated from ancient laryngeal finals. In short, sắc-năng tones derived from an ancient final glottal stop and hỏi-nga tones from an ancient final spirant, while, by contrast, ngang-huyền tones developed in final vowel context. Haudricourt's model was developed and extended by James A. Matisoff (1973) to account for much of the tonogenesis… 
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