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Segmental word pattems
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accent accentual unit affricates Albanian allophones altemation assimilative palatalization Balkan Sprachbund Belorussian Bulgarian Cakavian Common Slavic concemed consonant clusters consonantal contexts contour correlation of palatalization devoicing differences Eastem Slavic languages enclitics example ﬁnal clusters ﬁnal consonant ﬁrst frequency fricatives front vowels geminates guages inﬂuence initial clusters intonation isoglosses Iviť jazyky Kashubian linguistic long vowel Lower Sorbian Macedonian dialects morphemic morphemic boundaries nasal vowels non-accommodative Northem number of palatal obstruents occur one-peak syllable pattem palatal consonants palatal phonemes phonemic phrase place of stress polytony position pronounced prosodic realization reﬂexes restrictions reverse pattem Russian sandhi Sawicka segments Serbian and Croatian signiﬁcant simpliﬁed Slavic phonetics Slovak Slovene sonants Sorbian languages Southem Slavic languages Sprachbund standard texts tion two-peak syllables type of pronunciation typological Ukrainian undergo unstressed vowels Upper Sorbian vocalic clusters vocalic phonemes voiceless obstruents vowel quantity weak jers Westem whereas word stress word-ﬁnal word-initial yes-or-no questions