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In Viet-Muong languages certain words present anomalous tonal correspondences, a high-series tone in the northern languages being represented by its low-tone series counterpart in the southern languages. The third type of these discrepancies is the result of a former correspondence between a northern voiceless plosive initial series and a southern voiced plosive. This difference in the phonetic treatment of initials in the same roots seems to be due to the influence of two different substrata which coincide with two political divisions of Ancient Vietnam.

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in Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale

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