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A Preliminary Study of the Development of Cong Initial and Xie Initial in Northern Wu

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This paper discusses the sound change of Cong initial and Xie initial in Northern Wu dialects. It explains the irregular developments of these two initials in Northern Wu as the result of coexistent sound change. The paper is divided into the following three parts: 1. introduction; 2. the sound change of Cong initial and Xie initial in Northern Wu; 3. the results of coexistent sound change.

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2011-01-24
2017-11-24

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