A basic reference grammar of Slovene by William Derbyshire

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The methods in this paper can in principle be extended to provide experimental evidence in both of these s­ituations. For an example of using articulatory data to inform theoretical claims on s­yllabification see Hermes et al. (2008) on Italian; the phenomenon discussed in that study is parallel to the case of ambiguous word-initial clusters in English such as /str /. Cases where the acoustic record lacks traces of voiced vocoids, which are usually considered to be Moroccan Arabic syllabification  In this paper, the hypothesis that syllables systematically correspond to ­patterns of temporal coordination will be further tested with data from two ­Arabic speakers.

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