Speech Prosody 2004

Nara, Japan
March 23-26, 2004

Stress on Mongolian Trisyllabic Words

Huhe Harnud

Academy of Mongolian Studies, University of Inner Mongolian, China

The experimental analysis in the present study was based on an acoustic parametric database which contained prosodic measurements from 539 words, 66 phrases and 184 sentences spoken by a male speaker, M1. In addition, data gathered from two other speakers, M2, a male, and F1, a female, was analysed (the same number of words were used), in order to check the most striking results obtained from M1’s utterances. The major part of the investigation concentrated on an acoustic analysis of word prosody, although a perception test was also conducted.

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Bibliographic reference.  Harnud, Huhe (2004): "Stress on Mongolian trisyllabic words", In SP-2004, 61-64.