Z. G. Zorina (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia). Formant characteristics of stressed vowels in Western Mari language

Formant characteristics of stressed vowels in Western Mari language

Zorina Zoya G.,
Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of Intercultural Communication, Mari State University (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia), zorinazoia@mail.ru

The article presents the spectral characteristics of vowels in the Western Mari language. According to the results of the acoustic analysis it gives a brief description of articulatory features of  Gornomariysky and Lugomariyskih vowels

Keywords: Gornomariysky language; Lugomariysky language; vowels; spectral analysis.

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