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Interruption glottalization in German spontaneous speech -
Examples for the ISCA Workshop Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech, University of Edinburgh, August 29-31, 2001.

K.J. Kohler,Benno Peters,Thomas Wesener, IPDS Kiel, Germany

Contents :

1. Phonetic cues at false starts and truncations 2. Phonetic cues at terminal falls

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1. Phonetic cues at false starts and truncations

Glottal stop



ja , aber da w=/- ja<Z>
`yes, but then * - yes'
(g195a014, speaker SAR)



Glottalization



dann<Z> +/fa=/+ machen wir das [um<Z> achtzehn <:<#> Uhr:>]
`let's begi* - do it at 6 pm, then'
(g192a018, speaker KAE)



+/ku=/+ die Woche<Z>
`* - the week'
(g141a001, speaker S0K)



Tight voice



+/lass<Z>=/+ <Geräusch> lassen Sie uns [das so machen]
`let's - let's do it like that'
(g143a008, speaker SOK)



Pause / breathing



ich könnte höchstens<Z>/- <A> also gut wäre [vielleicht Anfang November]
`The best I could do is - the beginning of November might be good'
(g191a038, speaker SAR)



Hesitational lengthening



das +/is<Z>=/+ freut mich, daß [Ihnen das paßt]
`that's - I'm pleased that it suits you'
(g097a003, speaker ANS)



No interruption



[w<Z>ir müßten] versuchen/- vielleicht finden wir [noch einen andern Termin]
`we should try - maybe we can find another time'
(g255a006, speaker WEM)


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2. Phonetic cues at terminal falls

Laryngealization



[am Besprechungstermin] des vierten Oktober
`for the appointment on the fourth of October'
(g093a012, speaker ANS)



Modal voice



Montag, der achte November
`Monday, the eigth of November'
(g071a001, speaker HAH)



Legend
/- word-external truncation
=/- word-internal truncation
=/+ word-internal false start
<P> pause
<A> breathing
<Z> hesitational lengthening
<Geräusch> articulatory noise
<#> non-articulatory noise
<:  :> overlap
[   ] part of the utterance left out in the figure

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© Klaus J. Kohler, Benno Peters, Thomas Wesener, IPdS Kiel, 2001