Edited by J. Clancy Clements and Shelome Gooden
[Benjamins Current Topics 36] 2011
► pp. 177–198
Subsystem interface and tone typology in Papiamentu
This paper looks at the relations between tone and features from other phonological subsystems in Papiamentu. It proposes that the interaction of tonal features with features from stress and intonational subsystems provides important clues about the typological classification of Papiamentu as a tone language. Moreover, the taxis of tones, or their organization in the string, also provides a better understanding of this language. Papiamentu fits the description of tone-restricted languages but also exhibits features of intonational systems.
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