A classificatory study of phonemic systems in Australian aboriginal languages
This classificatory study of phonemic systems is an attempt to provide an understanding of the structures and characteristics of the phonologies of Australian aboriginal languages. In order to classify L.1e phonological systems we need to survey the languages and determine the types of systems that do occur. We also need to examine the acoustic structure of some phonetic characteristics of the phonemes that make up these systems. Finally, the classification of phonemic types into systems...[Show more]
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