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CHAPTER Ij INTRODUCTION
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A-Rel accent accentual system affricates allophone Bernard Bloch bilingual description Chapter classified comparison concerning considerably Contrastive Analysis corpus corresponding derived from English dialect diaphonic description diasystems discussed E-type speakers Einar Haugen English and Japanese equational clauses equivalent to English example fact form in Standard forms equivalent geminate consonants Hawaii Hawaiian hierarchy indicate informants intonation J-type Japanese language juncture language contacts languages in contact lexeme lexical linguistic interferences manifested McCawley morphemic negative neutralization noun compounds number oppositions paragogic patterns PEJH forms PEJH speakers PEJH speech person singular phonemic phonological phrase phonotactical plural forms possible preceding predicate verb present study principal clause probably problems Pron pronominal pronouns representations represented Section semantic sentence level sequence similar singular form slots Standard English structure of PEJH syllable syllable nucleus syntactic syntagmatic syntagmemes tagmemic tion transformational grammar transitive verbal clause type construction Uriel Weinreich utterance verb forms Weinreich word