The Phonology of Swedish (inbunden)
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The Phonology of Swedish

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This book presents a comprehensive account of the phonology of Swedish, describes its history, segmental phonology, lower prosodic phonology, stress and tone, morphology-phonology interactions, higher prosodic phonology, and intonation, Its approach is data-oriented and, insofar as possible, theory-neutral.
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  1. A must-have for all who are interested in Swedish
    Olle KJELLIN, 10 augusti 2014

    So far I only read Chapter 1 "Introduction: Swedish and the languages of Sweden" (preview available on, and it gives an unusually clear and excellent overview of Swedish phonology and phonetics. Riad first details the various minority languages in Sweden, as well as the Swedish dialects that are distant enough to warrant being called "languages". Even in this short introduction Riad manages to give a fairly extensive account of the most imp... Läs hela recensionen

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<br>Tomas Riad, Professor of Scandinavian Languages, University of Stockholm <br>Tomas Riad is Professor of Scandinavian Languages at the University of Stockholm. He has published numerous articles on Scandinavian and Gothic phonology in scholarly journals, including Fonetik, the Nordic Journal of Linguistics, and Journal of Germanic Linguistics.<br>


1. Introduction ; 2. Vowels ; 3. Consonants ; 4. Segmental Rules ; 5. The Prosodic Word in Swedish ; 6. The Prosodic Foot and Stress Patterns ; 7. Minimality and Optimality of Roots: Branchingness and Nicknames ; 8. Segmental and Prosodic Quantity ; 9. Tonal Word Accents ; 10. Prosodic Status of Morphemes in the Lexicon: Stress ; 11. Prosodic Status of Morphemes in the Lexicon: Tone Accent ; 12. Syllables ; 13. Orthographic System ; 14. Intonation ; 15. References