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  • Romancing with tone: On the outcomes of prosodic contactSupplementary material: Sound files accompanying spectograms

Related Article: https://muse.jhu.edu/article/751031

The following audio files accompany the spectrogram and pitch contours given in Figures 2 and 3, repeated from the main article.

Figure 2. Pitch contour of two Central African French utterances: Je suis née à Mobaye. Mon père fut un instituteur ‘I am born in Mobaye. My father was a school teacher’ (SP7).
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Figure 2.

Pitch contour of two Central African French utterances: Je suis née à Mobaye. Mon père fut un instituteur ‘I am born in Mobaye. My father was a school teacher’ (SP7).

Figure 3. Pitch contour of two Equatorial Guinean Spanish utterances: Que no abandonéis los estudios. Tanto chicos como chicas ‘You should not give up your studies. Neither boys nor girls’ (SP12).
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Figure 3.

Pitch contour of two Equatorial Guinean Spanish utterances: Que no abandonéis los estudios. Tanto chicos como chicas ‘You should not give up your studies. Neither boys nor girls’ (SP12).

Guri Bordal Steien
Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
Kofi Yakpo
The University of Hong Kong

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ISSN
1535-0665
Print ISSN
0097-8507
Launched on MUSE
2020-03-16
Open Access
Yes
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