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Étude phonologique et phonétique du parler Tamazight d'Azrou (parler de Aït M'guild, Maroc)

Abstract : T.a is the native speach of the tamazight population of azrou, wich is the chief town his consonantic system is constitutes from simpl and emphatic and tight consonants. In phonologic level, the emphatic articulation is a property of the segments t, d, s, z, r and of their tight correspondents. In phonetic level, all segments, except for q, and for the vowel a , are emphatic if the underlying representation contains an emphatic segment. The tight consonants are not long everytime, because the tight articulation isn't manifested only by the duration. The vowel system contains the fundamental vowels i,u,a wich are very sensible to the coarticulation. Their number is enriching by the phonetic element (a) wich is solicited in other to disjoint consonantic groupes. The semiconsonants know many treatments dependently of the fact that they are tight or not and initial or intervowl or final. The rules of phonologic syllabification allow any consonant to be the syllabic peack. The phonetic syllabification takes only vowels as syllabic peack
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Malika Bahmad. Étude phonologique et phonétique du parler Tamazight d'Azrou (parler de Aït M'guild, Maroc). Linguistique. Université Nancy 2, 1987. Français. ⟨NNT : 1987NAN21022⟩. ⟨tel-02321553⟩



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