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Title: Syntax-Phonology Interaction in Chinese Tone Sandhi: An Overview
Authors: Hung, T.T.N. 
Issue Date: 1990
Citation: Hung, T.T.N. (1990). Syntax-Phonology Interaction in Chinese Tone Sandhi: An Overview. Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association 25 (3) : 43-59. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: A characterization of the syntactico-semantic conditions of tone sandhi (TS), the tone changes undergone by tone-bearing syllables in juxtaposition within various Chinese dialects. The syntactic environments in which TS rules apply are described with regard to four dialects: Fuzhou, Mandarin, Shanghai, & Xiamen. Two categories of phrase-level phonological rules, relation-based & boundary based, are identified within these dialects. Implications of these findings for Chinese language instruction are briefly considered. L. Taub.
Source Title: Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/130230
ISSN: 00094595
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