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Some Nonphonetic Aspects of a Fifteenth Century Sound Change
Where Do Grammatically Conditioned Phonological Rules Come From?
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abstract acoustic adjectives adverbs allophones analysis aphasia argued Armenian articulatory Avestan forms Bartholomae's Law binary features Chomsky claim consonant deep structure deletion derived diachronic dialects discourse discourse unit discussed distinctive features Dogrib example fact formal function Gatha Gatha Avestan geminate glottal grammar grammatically conditioned Group Halle Iranian Iranian language Jakobson Kiparsky language acquisition Lapp Late Avestan lexical Malayalam marked metric minimal pairs narrative Neogrammarian noun phrase occur old maid Old Persian optative optional paper paragraph passive Peak person phonetic phonological phonological acquisition phonological rules plural pluralia tantum position postposition problem pronouns proposal prosody Proto-Indo-Iranian psychological reality redundancy reference result semantic sentence shift simplicity singular sound change Sound Pattern speaker specific speech stop story stress style surface structure syllable shaping syntactic syntax tagmeme tense theory topic transformational grammars transformations unaccented underlying forms University Urdu verb voiced voiceless vowel words