LINGUIST List 13.3229

Sun Dec 8 2002

Qs: Spoken Spanish Corpora, Affricates

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  1. Stefan Schneider, Corpora of spoken Spanish
  2. guitart, Query about affricates

Message 1: Corpora of spoken Spanish

Date: Sun, 08 Dec 2002 04:19:00 +0000
From: Stefan Schneider <stefan.schneideruni-graz.at>
Subject: Corpora of spoken Spanish

Dear linguists!

Presently I am working with, among others, two older corpora of spoken
Spanish: 1) ''Encuestas del habla urbana de Sevilla'' (Nivel culto,
medio, popular), edited 1983-1992 by Pineda, Ropero, Ollero Toribio &
Pineda P´┐Żorez; 2) ''El habla de la ciudad de Madrid'', edited in 1981
by Esgueva & Cantarero. Does anyone know if there exist electronic
versions of these corpora?

Sincerely,
Stefan Schneider (Graz, Austria) 

Subject-Language: Spanish; Code: SPN 
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Message 2: Query about affricates

Date: Sun, 08 Dec 2002 09:44:37 -0500
From: guitart <guitartbuffalo.edu>
Subject: Query about affricates

Is it the case universally that the continuant phase of an affricate
is always strident?
 
Jorge Guitart
SUNY Buffalo
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