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The nature of word formation rules
Phonological evidence for nonphonological properties of complex words
Competence restrictions on the productivity of word formation rules
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2nd cycle achtig adjectives affixes apply Aronoff assume assumption attached bases of WF-rules basis word Class I-affixes Class II-suffixes complex words compositional function Compound Rule consonant convention correct counterexamples cyclic application deletion derived nominals devoicing dictionary discussed Dutch examples existing words final devoicing flexion rules grammar Halle's theory Hoogeveen inflected forms inflectional suffixes internal brackets Jackendoff's language lax vowel lexical categories lexicon link phoneme listed main stress morpheme notion nouns obstruents phonetic form phonological form phonological rules plural form possible words preceded predicted prefixes principle proposed readjustment rules redundancy rules respect restrictions Schultink schwa schwa-deletion segment semantic simplex speakers of Dutch specified stem stratal features stress contour stress patterns stress-neutral stress-shifting suffix syllabification patterns syllable boundary syntactic category theory of word transformations truncation rules types unstressed verb vowel reduction Word Formation Component word formation processes word formation rules word stress rules word-based