ISCA Archive ExLing 2006
ISCA Archive ExLing 2006

Prosody, syntax, macrosyntax

Philippe Martin

Most of research work on French intonation has been conducted on prepared speech data (i.e. read speech), with various approaches ranging to purely syntactic (Rossi), Autosegmental-Metrical (Sun and Fougeron) or Phonosyntactic (Martin). This paper examines the bases of the phonosyntactic approach extended to spontaneous (nonprepared) speech data, described syntactically from a macrosyntactic point of view (Blanche-Benveniste, Deulofeu).

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Cite as: Martin, P. (2006) Prosody, syntax, macrosyntax. Proc. First ITRW on Experimental Linguistics, 185-188

@inproceedings{martin06_exling,
  author={Philippe Martin},
  title={{Prosody, syntax, macrosyntax}},
  year=2006,
  booktitle={Proc. First ITRW on Experimental Linguistics},
  pages={185--188}
}