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Listeners use vowel harmony and word-final stress to spot nonsense words : a study of turkish and french

Listeners use vowel harmony and word-final stress to spot nonsense words : a study of turkish and french

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KABAK, Baris, Kazumi MANIWA, Nina KAZANINA, 2010. Listeners use vowel harmony and word-final stress to spot nonsense words : a study of turkish and french. In: Laboratory Phonology. 1(1). ISSN 1868-6346

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