Re: CHAT: Intonation surrogates in online text
|Date:||Saturday, July 10, 1999, 5:01|
Boudewijn Rempt wrote:
> > word separator ...... long vowel ......... a space " "
> Which is the vowel that separates words? Or is that dependent
> on the vowels of the words to be separated?
Every word ends in a part-of-speech vowel sorta like Esperanto/Ido,
and they are drawled out as in French, since the final syllable
always gets the accent. I find the code for this is "1R":
: The Stress System Database currently contains information
: on the patterns of primary (word) stress in some 190 languages.
: This database was derived originally from the list of
: primary stress systems compiled in Bailey (1995),
: Nonmetrical Constraints on Stress .