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Stockholm University

The data have been used in an investigation for a PhD thesis in English Linguistics on similarities and differences in the use of the progressive aspect in two different language systems, English and Persian, both of whi...

  • Somaje Abdollahian Barough, Stockholm University
Published: 2019-09-17

Lund University

The general object of this study is vowel production, specifically long palatal vowels in Swedish. In a cross-language comparison, Swedish has a fairly rich vowel system, and Swedish vowels have some particularly exotic ...

  • Susanne Schötz, Lund university, Humanities Lab
Published: 2017-11-20

Linnaeus University

In this study, we explore to what extent language users agree about what kind of stances are expressed in natural language use or whether their interpretations diverge. In order to perform this task, a comprehensive cogn...

  • Andreas Kerren, Linnaeus University
  • Carita Paradis, Lund University, Center for Language and Literature
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Published: 2017-10-16

This study constitutes a basic description of the phonetics and phonology of the Gutnish language which is spoken in the Swedish province Gotland. Based on original recordings collected by me in Gotland during the summer...

  • Caspar Jordan, University of Gothenburg, SND
Published: 2014-12-19

University of Gothenburg

The overall aim of the study has been to document and preserve the minority language Mpiemo as well as to analyse it from a linguistic perspective. The language is spoken in some regions of the Central African Republic a...

  • Christina Thornell, University of Gothenburg, Department of Languages and Literatures
Published: 2014-03-25

University of Gothenburg

The study comprises five stories told in the Bantu language Kagulu of Tanzania. The stories are available as sound recordings as well as glossed transcriptions. However, the transcriptions do not closely follow the sound...

  • Malin Petzell, University of Gothenburg, Department of Languages and Literatures
Published: 2014-01-16

Lund University

The Repository and Workspace for Austroasiatic Intangible Heritage (RWAAI) is a digital multimedia resource dedicated to the maintenance of research materials documenting the intangible heritage of the Austroasiatic comm...

  • Niclas Burenhult, Lund University, Lingvistik, Språk- och litteraturcentrum
  • Nicole Kruspe, Lund University, Lingvistik, Språk- och litteraturcentrum
Published: 2013