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I think you're onto something here and I'm not completely sure how to best analyze it, but this might be a first start. The usual って in reported speech has no effect on the pitch. However, there is a colloquial use of って which indeed raises the pitch of the last mora before it: 食べるって【LHLLL】 normal pitch accent 食べるって【LHHLL】 colloquial pitch accent The ...


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