Tone in Tagalog and English? The case of Philippine Hybrid Hokkien in metropolitan Manila

Author(s):

Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

Publisher:

Linguistic Society of America

Type:

Year published:

Poster

2020

Volume:

NA

Issue:

NA

Pages:

NA

Keywords:

tone, Philippine Hybrid Hokkien, phonology, mixed languages

Abstract

Philippine Hybrid Hokkien is a mixed language with a hybrid phonology that differs from Hokkien, Tagalog, and English. The innovations and systematicity found in its phonology support claims of PHH's languagehood - claims that the PHH-speaking Chinese Filipinos have historically dismissed, if not, found questionable.

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