Reference-material on stress etc. (was: Re: Importance of stress)
|From:||taliesin the storyteller <taliesin@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, January 27, 2000, 17:13|
* dirk elzinga (email@example.com) [000127 18:32]:
> PS: When I get back to my office tomorrow, I'll see what I can
> find in the way of reference material on syllabification. Do you
> have access to a university library?
Anyone looked at stress-timing vs. syllable-timing and mora-timing? The
problem is, the only hints of references I've found, besides the stuff
in Trask[*], says that it is no longer called that, but not what it is
called instead (yohoo...) The stress-database[+] lists the stress of
french and latin, which I thought was syllable-timed, but lacks data
for japanese, which is mora-timed. So: are there any non-stress-timed
languages? Are there any good (as in good coverage) online resources?
Any collected offline resources, so one hasn't have to look through a
zillion books for a handful of facts? I have access to a university
library but I simply don't have the time to read linguistics all day
long, fun as it might be.
[*] A dictionary of grammatical terms in linguistics