The perceptual vowel spaces of American English and Modern Greek: a comparison.

Abstract

Perceptually based vowel spaces are estimated for American English and Modern Greek by means of identifications of synthetic vowel sounds by native speakers of each language. The vowel spaces for American English appear to be organized in a sufficiently contrastive system, while Modern Greek vowels appear to be maximally contrastive. The spaces for the… (More)

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