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On recent claims about stress and tone in Beijing Mandarin

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According to Duanmu (2000), stress in Standard Chinese is characterized by left-headed feet. This review examines the phonological arguments given in the book supporting this claim. The conclusion is that the book fails to present any solid phonological evidence in favor of left-headed stress feet in Standard Chinese.

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2004-12-15
2018-06-23

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