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by Zhiming Bao

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ISBN:
0195118804
ISBN13:
978-0195118803
Author:
Zhiming Bao
Publisher:
Oxford University Press; 1 edition (May 20, 1999)
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264 pages
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This book argues a fresh theory about the structure of tone. Publication year: 1999. Contributors: Zhiming Bao. Subjects: Tone (Phonetics).

This book argues a fresh theory about the structure of tone. This book is based on my 1990 MIT dissertation, On the Nature of Tone, completed under the supervision of Morris Halle.

Zhiming Bao. This book argues a fresh theory about the structure of tone.

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Finally a book all about tone!. This book could be a stepping stone to further developments for a tonal theory that is truly universal. -Notes on Linguistics. Zhiming Bao is at National University of Singapore. Start reading The Structure of Tone on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.

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Zhiming Bao, The structure of tone. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999. University of Tromsø & Ohio State University.

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THE STRUCTURE OF TONE Zhiming Bao, National University of Singapore.

This book argues a fresh theory about the structure of tone. Bao investigates a wide range of tone sandhi data from various Chinese dialects and other Asian tone languages, providing empirical support for his proposal that tone is a formal entity which consists of register and contour. Bao establishes a clear typological distinction between register tone languages and contour tone languages whose contour tones have a more complex structure.