A diachronic analysis of the interaction of syllabification by Koenig, Jeanette Suzanne

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The rule in which d/t ✁ ∅ in the past tense, which applies specifically to verbs of this class, is a morphophonemic rule, not a phonetic one. (Cf. )) This means it must apply with reference to the morpheme boundary between the root and past tense. Thus, it must apply in the same cycle that the past tense morpheme is added, not later, for instance, after the morpheme boundary has 48 been erased. This is in accordance with the Strict Cyclicity Condition, which prevents rules from applying inward on earlier levels.

1 above that it cannot be considered a component of the same rule that governs vocalization; it must remain until late in the derivation if the vocalization of other M-jers in the string is to be appropriately triggered. It might be asked whether M-jers are deleted by a specific rule or by the convention known as Stray Erasure (Ito (1988, 1989)), which deletes any segments that are not prosodically licensed. Because unvocalized M-jers are not part of any syllable or higher prosodic unit, there is no reason, in principle, why Stray Erasure could not remove them.

Context free, but ordered later There is no agreement on this issue. Rubach treats YVoc and YDel as separate rules (where YVoc is cyclic and dependent on another M-jer in the next syllable; YDel is post-cyclic and context free). ” She therefore treats both as subcomponents of one rule called Lower, which she argues is post-cyclic. 1 M-jers in consecutive syllables. Let us turn to the first question above, that of the phonetic environment that triggers vocalization. ), Szpyra (1989); Bethin (1992)) assume the rule is triggered when another M-jer is present in the immediately following syllable: (14) • ✁ V / __ C • There are two problems with this approach.

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