An analysis of Muak Sa-aak tone
Muak Sa-aak is a tonal Angkuic language spoken in Eastern Shan state of Myanmar, belonging to the Austroasiatic family. It has three contrastive tones: a falling tone, a low tone, and a constricted tone with two allotones. Syllable structure and tone are closely linked, seen by restrictions on the occurrence of tones with certain syllable structures. Angkuic languages do not appear to develop tone through the loss of an initial consonant voicing distinction, as they instead underwent a...[Show more]
|Collections||Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (JSEALS)|
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|Source:||Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (JSEALS) issue 7 (2014): 1-10|
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