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This article examines the Danish noun plural system in spoken language, i.e. we depart from a – radically new – sound perspective. We consider suffixes for which the categorization is not isomorphic with the orthographically determined categories. We give an overview of phonological stem...
This study examines the impact of sound structure on children's acquisition of noun plural morphology, focusing on stem change. For this purpose, a three-level classification of stem change properties according to sound structure is presented, with increasing opacity of the plural stem: no...
This paper proposes a general structural-functional classification of Danish subclauses, based on their distributional properties. It is argued that traditional divisions into, for example, nominal/complement, attributive/relative and adverbial subclauses are inadequate on their own, because...
The article demonstrates how the methods of modern dialectology can be used together with established dialectological and toponymic findings to inform our understanding of present-day variation. The linguistic data used are from the Atlas Linguistique et Ethnographique Normand, whose data were...
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