6 edition of investigation of the tones of Lhasa Tibetan found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Anna Maria Hari.|
|Series||Language data. Asian-Pacific series ; no. 13|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 81/1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 232 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||81184854|
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Phonology of modern Lhasa Tibetan. Edit. Classic editor History Comments Share. Tones Edit. The Lhasa dialect is usually described as having two tones: high and low. However, in monosyllabic words, each tone can occur with two distinct contours. The high tone can be pronounced with either a flat or a falling contour, while the low tone can. For the genitive and instrumental forms of the 1st per. sg. the received version of Lhasa familiar from the current Western literature has n[epsilon][epsilon] and n[epsilon][epsilon], resp. (typically in M. C. Goldstein and N. Narkyid, English-Tibetan Dictionary of Modern Tibetan [Berkeley, ], , ; A. Agha, Structural Form and Utterance Context in Lhasa Tibetan [New York, ], 99).
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An investigation of the tones of Lhasa Tibetan. Statement of Responsibility: Hari, Maria. Authors: Hari, Anna Maria. Tibetan [bod] Content Language: English [eng] Work Type: Book. Subject: Tone. Nature of Work: Text. Entry Number: Register on To enable us to better serve you, we invite you to create an account on Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hári, Mária, Investigation of the tones of Lhasa Tibetan.
Huntington Beach, Calif.: Summer Institute of Linguistics, Hari, A. An investigation of the tones of Lhasa Tibetan (Microfiche ed.).Cited by: 4. The author of this thesis claims that Lhasa Tibetan has more tonal contrasts than has hitherto generally been recognized.
The proposed tonal classification has interesting consequences for the segmental phonology, in particular for the voicing status of initial stops and for some aspects of the phonology of stem by: 4. The main interest of the book resides in two claims, discussed in the review: first that Lhasa Tibetan has more tonal contrasts than had hitherto been recognized, and second that the domain of tonal contrast is wider than the -rendu de: Anna Maria HARI, An Investigation of the Tones of Lhasa Tibetan, Language Data, Asian-Pacific Series n°13, SIL, Huntington Beach, California,x+: Martine Mazaudon.
In other words, Lhasa Tibetan has these four tones, which are. Colloquial Lhasa Tibetan(Draft), Kuo-ming Sung & Lha Byams Rgyal 7 most commonly seen and easy to distinguish: high level (HH), low level (LL), rising (LH), and falling (HL), as shown in the diagram below in.
A Beginning Textbook of Lhasa Tibetan Edited by Nganwan Pincuo, designed by Li Jianxiong Includes glossary 1. Language, Tibetan, Elementary 2. Linguistics, Tibeto-Burman ISBN X/G First printed in by the Summer Institute of Linguistics. Revised version reprinted in by National Press for Tibetan studies.
Review of Anna Maria HARI, An Investigation of the Tones of Lhasa Tibetan, Language Data, Asian-Pacific Series n°13, SIL, Huntington Beach, California,x+p.
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Beginning Textbook Of Lhasa Tibetan. Author: Ellen Bartee ISBN: UVA:X Genre: Tibetan language File Size: MB Format: PDF. Martine Mazaudon. Review of Anna Maria HARI, An Investigation of the Tones of Lhasa Tibetan, Language Data, Asian-Paci c Series n13, SIL, Huntington Beach, California,x+p.
Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area, Dept. of Linguistics, University of California,8 (1), pp HAL Id: halshs or pitch range resetting. Lhasa Tibetan (LT), a central Tibetan language, is a SOV agglutinative tonal language.
either H and LH underlying tones, and the affixes bear either H or L underlying. This dissertation provides a comprehensive description of the tonal and intonational phonology of Lhasa Tibetan (LT) in the Autosegmental-Metrical framework.
It is based on recorded data elicited. Lhasa Tibetan (LS)14It has been debated whether LS has two, four, or six syllable tones. Sprigg (), among others, suggest that LS has two syllable tones (or word tones), which we may call high and low (not to be confused with the tone features H and L, as we will explain below).
page note 1 Mr. Righdzin dBaṅpo, a Lhasa-bom Tibetan of 29 years of age, was employed aa a Research Assistant at the School of Oriental and African Studies from December,to September,and subsequently for a further period of six months at Kalimpong, West Bengal. Though not himself a sku-drag, R.
had attended the same school as members of that class, and was Cited by: 3. The unaspirated stops /p/, /t/, /c/, and /k/ typically become voiced in the low tone, being pronounced, and, respectively. These sounds are regarded as allophones.
By a similar process, the aspirated stops, and are typically lightly aspirated in the low tone. The dialect of upper social strata in Lhasa does not use voiced stops in the low tone. The main interest of the book resides in two claims, discussed in the review: first that Lhasa Tibetan has more tonal contrasts than had hitherto been recognized, and second that the domain of tonal contrast is wider than the -rendu de: Anna Maria HARI, An Investigation of the Tones of Lhasa Tibetan, Language Data, Asian-Pacific Series n°13, SIL, Huntington Beach, California,x+p.
ONLINE Beginning Lhasa Tibetan textbook. Bartee, Ellen; Droma, Nyima. Summer Institute of Linguistics. oai:; ONLINE The status of Coronal in the historical development of Lhasa Tibetan rhymes. Brush, Beaumont. SIL Electronic Working Papers oai:; An investigation of the tones of Lhasa Tibetan.
Standard Tibetan is a widely spoken form of the Tibetic languages that has many commonalities with the speech of Lhasa, an Ü-Tsang dialect.
For this reason, Standard Tibetan is often called Lhasa Tibetan. Tibetan is an official language of the Tibet Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China.
The written language is based on Classical Tibetan and is highly ge family: Sino-Tibetan, Tibeto. Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area is a peer reviewed (refereed) journal devoted to the synchronic and diachronic study of the languages of the Southeast Asian linguistic area, especially the vast and ramified Tibeto-Burman family.
MAZAUDON, MARTINE. Review of Hari, An investigation of the tones of Lhasa Tibetan. Through language investigation and phonological induction, the paper sorts out the phonology of Lhasa Tibetan which includes single consonants, consonant clusters, monophthongs, diphthongs, consonant coda of finals and tone of Lhasa Tibetan.
tibetan lhasa city losar celebration ལྷ་ས་གྲོང་ཁྱེར་༢༠༡༧ ལོའི་ལོ་གསར། - duration: Ji views Review of Hari, An investigation of the tones of Lhasa Tibetan 评Hari 的拉萨藏语声调研究 () Sprigg, R. K The Limbu -s final and -t final verb roots after Michailovsky and Weidert 续Michailovsky 和Weidert 的Limbu 语s 尾和t 尾动词 词根 Watters, David E.Whether or not phonological tone exists in Lhasa Tibetan (LT) and, if the answer is positive, how many tones are phonologically distinctive in this language, has been a subject of considerable controversy (KjellinDuanmuMeredith to name a few).
As many as 8 lexical tones have been proposed and as few as none.