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SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2017. № 11. Part 1. P. 111-114.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Philological Sciences
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PROSODIC PECULIARITIES OF THE HAWAIIAN CREOLE ENGLISH

Krylova Irina Aleksandrovna
Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia


Abstract. The article examines the problem of transforming phonetic and phonological system of a source language in the process of Creole language formation by the example of the Hawaiian Creole English. Linguistic material of the research is considered from the viewpoint of a synergetic approach to studying languages. Prosodic changes occurring in the new language affect, first of all, accent and rhythmic structure of the word and speech rhythm and in lesser degree - prosodic pattern of a sentence.
Key words and phrases: лингвистическая синергетика, язык-лексификатор, пиджин, креольский язык, гавайский английский креоль, просодика, linguistic synergy, language-lexifier, pidgin, Creole language, Hawaiian Creole English, prosody.
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