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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 accent adjectives adverb agent allophones articulatory Avestan forms Bartholomae's Law binary features BUILD-UP Chomsky claim Climax color terms comparative consonant contrast correlates deep structure deletion Denouement derived dialects discourse analysis discourse unit discussed encode English Episode example fact formal function Gatha Avestan glottal stops goal grammar Halle Halle-Keyser indicate Jakobson Keyser Kiparsky language Lapp Late Avestan lexical linguistic givens Malayalam marked metric minimal pairs narrative native speakers Neogrammarian noun phrase occur Old Persian optative paper paragraph pattern person phonetic phonological phonological acquisition plural pluralia tantum position postposition present pronouns proposal prosody Proto-Indo-Iranian psychological reality redundancy reference result rules segmental semantic sentence sentence grammar shift sound change specific speech story style suggest surface structure Peak syntactic syntax tagmeme tense theory topic transformational grammars transformations unaccented underlying forms University variation verb verse vowel words