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Impact of Prosody on the Perception and Interpretation of Discourse Relations: Studies on “Et” and “Alors” in Spoken French

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Bibliographic reference Didirkova, Ivana ; Crible, Ludivine ; Simon, Anne-Catherine. Impact of Prosody on the Perception and Interpretation of Discourse Relations: Studies on “Et” and “Alors” in Spoken French. In: Discourse Processes : a multidisciplinary journal, Vol. 56, no. 8, p. 619-642 (17 Nov 2019 (Published online: 25 Oct 2018))
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