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adjectives allomorphs allophones Alternation America appears Articulation back vowels century checked position checked vowels coastal AE consonant clusters derived dialects of AE digraph diphthong Distribution The phoneme disyllabic earlier early MnE end-stress final clusters fore-stress foreign spelling foreign words free vowels fricative front vowels full stress half-stress Homophones ingliding initial clusters intervocalic intonation later long vowels medial clusters merged Metropolitan New York Middle English monophthongal morphemes nasal native vocabulary native words normal North nouns obstruents phoneme phonic phonotactic pitch figure positional allophones postvocalic preceding prefixes prosodic regional differences replaced resonants retained semivowel sentence accent sequence shifted short sonority source of MnE South Midland speech spelling pronunciation Spelling The phoneme Spelling The spelling stress patterns stressed vowel suffix survives syllable tongue unstressed syllables usually spelled utterance phrase variant velar verbs vocal lips voiced voiced consonants weak stress words adopted words and morphemes words taken
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Loan Phonology and the Two Transfer Types in Language Contact
Frans van Coetsem
No preview available - 1988