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Tuoks Dans Le Dialecte De Fuzhou

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The object of this paper is to establish the syntactic function, in the Fuzhou dialect, of the phenomenon of tonal and consonantal sandhis. The existence of sandhis in this dialect was described a long time ago (Maclay, 1870), but no systematic analysis of their syntactic role has been made until now. Former researchers mostly confined themselves to the fact that sandhis existed at the morpheme frontiers in dissyl/abic words. Here, through the homophonic words all represented by the syllable "tuok", whose syntactic functions are marked by whether or not they use sandhis, we are trying to detach the syntactic role of tonal and consonantal sandhis, by exploring the possibilities of their use in relation with the various functions of the words "tuok" .


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