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Alternations between allomorphs that are not directly related by phonological rule, but whose selection is governed by phonological properties of the environment, have attracted the sporadic attention of phonologists and morphologists. Such phenomena are commonly limited to rather small...
This paper suggests that what McCarthy and Prince (1990) , following Levy (1971) , call consonant-vowel metathesis in three Standard Arabic broken-plural templates is more likely a two-step diachronic process of pseudometathesis in the sense of Blevins and Garrett (1998) . This process...
This article is concerned with aspects of lexicalization in the history of English from the perspective of Construction Grammar (CxnG). I show how constructional approaches can account for both grammaticalization and lexicalization within a unified framework, basing my argument around the...
I propose a structure for recursive compounds in Japanese, English and Mainland Scandinavian within the frameworks of the Minimalist Program ( Chomsky 1995 , 2000 , 2001 ) and Distributed Morphology ( Halle and Marantz 1993 ). Within the proposed theory, Collins’ (2002) definition of...
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