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Rendaku or Sequential Voicing in Japanese Phonology  

Timothy J. Vance

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Mar 2017
The term rendaku, sometimes translated as sequential voicing, denotes a morphophonemic phenomenon in Japanese. In a prototypical case, an alternating morpheme appears with an initial ... More

Second Language Acquisition of Japanese  

Masahiko Minami

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Mar 2017
Empirical and theoretical research on language has recently experienced a period of extensive growth. Unfortunately, however, in the case of the Japanese language, far fewer ... More

Zapotecan Languages  

Rosemary G. Beam de Azcona

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Jun 2016
Zapotecan languages belong to the Otomanguean stock and consist of two major subgroups: Zapotec and Chatino. They are primarily spoken in Oaxaca, Mexico, and elsewhere in diaspora, ... More

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