An integrated theory of autosegmental processes by Rochelle Lieber

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HLHc. CVCCVCCVC[ - round]LH These, in fact, are exactly the sorts of cases that we looked at in (13), (15), and (21). This is also a sort of duplication of features that we need for Arabic. In Arabic, in fact, there would have to be at least two Projection Statements for melody tiers, one for roots and another for vocalic morphemes. As mentioned Page 25 in note 9, not all melody features would necessarily have to be duplicated, since some features necessary for distinguishing consonants could be filled in on the vowel melody tier by late redundancy rules.

In Page 4 these chapters I will try to show that the theoretical revisions proposed in chapter I reveal underlying similarities in seemingly disparate phenomena and also lead to substantial simplifications in particular analyses. It will turn out, for example, that infixes, neutral vowels, quirky (phonetically irregular) mutations, and depressor consonants in the southern Bantu languages can be analyzed as surface manifestations of the same sort of configuration of features. In chapter 2, I will argue that all mutations, regardless of how phonetically irregular they seem to be, can be analyzed as autosegmental, and in chapter 3 I will argue that all harmonies, even those which were previously treated as metrical, can be analyzed autosegmentally as well.

28a), for example, illustrates a French-based language game called ''Ge-De": 12 Page 22 (28) a. Le livre est illustré. [ egede igidilögödöstregede] In Ge-De, the syllables gVdV are inserted between the nucleus and the coda of every syllable. The original vowel of the syllable then spreads. That the extra syllables go between the nucleus and the coda can be seen in a word like format, whose first syllable is closed; the Ge-De equivalent for format is [fogodormagada]. This sort of game can easily be represented if we assume that French has separate melody and skeleton tiers as illustrated in (28b).

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