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Abstract A problem in Old English morphology which has attracted considerable attention, but which remains unsolved, is the origin of the West Saxon first singular present indicative ending -e. Whereas the Anglian dialects of Old English — Mercian and Northumbrian — show a clear formal...
Abstract Le but immédiat de cet article1 est celui d'expliquer les alternances entre les voyelles ε et schwa (“e caduc„) en français moderne, dans le cadre théorique de la phonologie générative.2 Comme exemples de ces alternances, on peut considérer les formes de certains verbes de la première...
Abstract In his paper “Abstractness, Opacity and Global Rules”, Kiparsky (1973) proposes the following universal principle of rule application, which can be called the “Neutralization Constraint”.
Abstract In The Sound Pattern of English (Chomsky &Halle 1968, p. 303, p. 306-308) the Jakobsonian feature “gravity”, defined acoustically as “predominance of the low (vs. high) part of the spectrum” (Jakobson &Halle 1968, p. 431),1is discarded along with “compactness”, “diffuseness” and...
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