The book is the most comprehensive account of the phonology of Danish ever published in any language. It gives a clear analysis of the sound patterns of modern Danish and examines the relations between its speech sounds and grammar. The author develops new models for the analysis of phonology and morphology-phonology interactions, and shows how these may be applied to Danish and to other languages.
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Hans Basboll is Professor of Scandinavian Linguistics at the University of Southern Denmark, Odense. He has published extensively on Danish and general phonology. His books include, with Johannnes Wagner, Kontrastive Phonologie des Deutschen und Danischen (1985). He has served on the editorial boards of Phonology, Cognitive Linguistics, and Nordic Journal of Linguistics and directed projects on Danish children's language acquisition. In 1991 he was elected a Member of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters.Review:
"This book is extremely comprehensive in its scope. The author sets out to provide a full account of the phonology of Danish, and it accomplishes this task. It is clear that the book definitely lives up the standard of the series "Phonology of the World's Languages." This book will be of high value to those interested in the phonology and morphology of Danish, as well as phonologists generally." --Linguist List
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