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Neglected front rounded phonemes in Haitian Creole

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  06 February 2009

Gerard Alphonse Ferere
Affiliation:
(St. Joseph's College, Philadelphia)

Extract

In all the formal descriptions of Haitian Creole published so far the phonemics of the vowels includes only front unrounded and back rounded varieties:

Analysts confronted with the presence in the inventory of the front rounded series attribute to them the status of exceptions or loans.

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Copyright © Journal of the International Phonetic Association 1977

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D'Ans, André Marcel (1968). Le Créole français d'Haïti. The Hague: Mouton.Google Scholar
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