Roman Jakobson

Roman Jakobson

Instead of following one another the sounds overlap; a sound which is acoustically perceived as coming after another one can be articulated simultaneously with the latter or even in part before it.More Roman Jakobson quotes [08/07/2011 03:08:34]
Languages differ essentially in what they must convey and not in what they may convey.More Roman Jakobson quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
For example, the opposition between acute and grave phonemes has the capacity to suggest an image of bright and dark, of pointed and rounded, of thin and thick, of light and heavy, etc.More Roman Jakobson quotes [08/07/2011 03:08:09]
From a strictly articulatory point of view there is no succession of sounds.More Roman Jakobson quotes [08/07/2011 03:08:17]
Bilingualism is for me the fundamental problem of linguistics.More Roman Jakobson quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]

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