publication . Article . 2020

SIGNS OF WELSH INTONATION IN THE SPEECH OF AUSTRALIANS

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  • Published: 02 Sep 2020 Journal: Writings in Romance-Germanic Philology (issn: 2307-4604, eissn: 2518-7627, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Odesa I.I. Mechnikov National University
Abstract
The article reports on the study of the interferential influence of Welch intonation on the speech of Australians. Special focus is given to historical factors which influence the phonetic realization of Australians’ speech. The article contains overview of the results of lingual and historical analysis proving that the first emigrants of Australia were representatives of the lowest social classes, native Cockney, Venaculas speaker from different parts of Britain. Investigators consider that Australian English is more likely to be close to Cockney dialect with a touch of Welsh, Irish and a definite share of Scottish dialects. In the frame of the conducted comple...
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free text keywords: валлійський, ірландський, діалект, австралійська англійська, аудиторський, частотність, термінальний тон, Melody, Social class, Irish, language.human_language, language, Australian English, Emigration, History, Linguistics, Cockney, Welsh, Computer analysis, lcsh:Philology. Linguistics, lcsh:P1-1091
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