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TWO A SKETCH OF ENGLISH PHONOLOGY
THREE THE TRANSFORMATIONAL CYCLE IN ENGLISH PHONOLOGY
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abbreviation affix affricates Alternating Stress Rule assigns primary stress Auxiliary Reduction Rule back vowels closure complex condition cons consider consonantal consonants context dental derivation determined dialect Diphthongization discussion disjunctive ordering distinct English example fact final syllable formulation glide glottal glottis grammar Kenyon and Knott labials language lax vowel Laxing Rule lexical category lexical entry lexical items lexical representation lexicon linguistic Main Stress Rule matrix monophthong morphemes nasal nonback nonlow notation noted noun obstruents Palatalization palato-alveolars phonetic form phonetic representation phonological component phonological phrases phonological rules preceding readjustment rules redundancy reflex represented Rounding Adjustment rule 63 rules apply schema second cycle Section segments sequence of rules sounds specified Stress Adjustment Rule stress assignment stress contour stress placement string strong cluster surface structure syntactic tense vowels Tensing Rule transformational cycle underlying form underlying representations verbs voicing Vowel Reduction Vowel Shift Rule Wallis weak cluster words