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VOWEL REDUCTION IN MODERN RUSSIAN
duction in Russian with special attention
GENERATIVE TREATMENT OF WORD STRESS AND VOWEL REDUC
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3]-realizations accentual behaviour akan'e"-rule analysis assignment of stress auslaut AVANESOV characterized CHOMSKY & HALLE closed final syllable connection consonantal declension degree of reduction desinence stress diacritic features duration ekan'e feature stress shift final position forms formulated fundamental frequency HALLE's hard consonants i]-like ikan'e"-pronunciation immediately pretonic position inflectional class inflectional morphemes isolated pronunciation KOSUTIC KUZ'MINA l0 inform language lexical lexicon linguistic moderate ikan'e morpheme boundary morphological Moscow pronunciation msec context msec in isolated open final syllable palatalized consonants pheme phonetic phonological rules plur plural post-tonic postulate preterite reduced vowels root-morphemes Russian stress Russian vowel reduction sAgat SCERBA sing Slavic languages slow pronunciation so-called grammatical analogy soft consonants sound speech situation stem stress stress alternations stress shift rule stress-pattern stressed syllable styles of pronunciation syntagma boundary system of rules target-values tense ternations tion TRUBETZKOY type of morpheme unstressed position unstressed vowels variants word