GRAMOTA Publishers suggests publishing your scientific articles in periodicals
Pedagogy. Theory & PracticePhilology. Theory & PracticeManuscript

Archive of Scientific Articles

SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2016. № 2. Part 1. P. 171-175.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Philological Sciences
To Publish Article in the Journal | To show issue content | To show all articles in section | Subject Index

License Agreement on scientific materials use.


Shestera Elena Aleksandrovna
Institute of Philology of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences Novosibirsk State Technical University

Abstract. The article examines the intonation of the utterances of the Teleut language in comparison with the intonation of the Turkic languages of Southern Siberia (the Khakass one and the Telengit dialect of the Altai one) and other regions (the Tatar and the Yakut ones). Typologically similar features were revealed and also the peculiarities were found out that express its uniqueness according to the theory on the articulation-acoustic basis of the ethnos, under which substrate features are manifested as distinctive indications against the background of general ones belonging to cognate languages.
Key words and phrases: тюркские языки, телеутский язык, интонация, мелодика, языковые универсалии, восприятие речи, the Turkic languages, the Teleut language, intonation, melody, linguistic universals, speech perception.
Open the whole article in PDF format. Free PDF-files viewer can be downloaded here.


  1. Bondarko L. V. Fonetika sovremennogo russkogo yazyka. SPb.: Izd-vo S.-Peterburg. un-ta, 1998. 276 s.
  2. Dul'zon A. P. Ketskie toponimy Zapadnoi Sibiri // Uchenye zapiski Tomskogo gosudarstvennogo pedagogicheskogo instituta. Tomsk, 1959. T. XVIII. S. 91-111.
  3. Shestera E. A. Teleutskii yazyk: intonatsiya povestvovatel'nykh i voprositel'nykh vyskazyvanii // Voprosy yazykoznaniya. M., 2014. № 2. S. 61-75.
  4. Fujisaki H., Ohno S. Comparison and Assessment of Models in the Study of Fundamental Frequency Contours of Speech // Intonation: Theory, Models and Applications. Athens, 1997. P. 131-135.
  5. Fujisaki H. Production and Perception of Statement, Question and Non-Terminal Intonation in German // ICPhS. 1995. Vol. 2. R. 410-411.
  6. Thorsen N. A Study of the Perception of Sentence Intonation - Evidence from Danish // Journal of The Acoustical Society of America. 1980. № 67 (3). P. 1014-1030.

To Publish Article in the Journal | To show issue content | To show all articles in section | Subject Index

© 2006-2021 GRAMOTA Publishers

site development and search engine optimization (seo):