The structure of Creole words: segmental, syllabic and morphological aspects

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SeriesLinguistische Arbeiten -- 505
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This volume brings together articles that are focused on segmental, syllabic and morphological aspects of creole words, thus contributing to the ongoing debates about the nature of phonology and morphology and their role in emergence and development of these languages. Section 1: Segmental aspects Thomas Klein --Creole phonology typology: Phoneme inventory size, vowel quality distinctions and stop consonant series --Jean-Louis Rougd and Emmanuel Schang --The origin of the liquid consonant in Saotomense Creole --Eric Russell- Webb --Toward a syllabic and morphological aspects book of obstruent voicing in Negerhollands --Norval Smith and.

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Tübingen: Niemeyer, pp. – the morphology of creole languages one step forward, and develops a solid research line where morphological studies have long been missing and where further studies will certainly be welcome.

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Starting. Morphological processes in pidgin and creole languages are usually disregarded in morphological research because these languages have long been considered as lacking any morphology. The structure of creole words: Segmental, syllabic and morphological aspects.

Word Structure is a peer-reviewed, international journal of linguistic Author: Antonietta Bisetto. Klein, Thomas B. Creole phonology typology: Phoneme inventory size, vowel quality distinctions and stop consonant series.

In Parth Bhatt & Ingo Plag (eds.). The structure of creole words: Segmental, syllabic and morphological aspects, Tübingen: Niemeyer. McWhorter, John H. The worlds simplest grammars are creole grammars.

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Sierra Leonean Creole or Krio is an English-based creole language that is lingua franca and de facto national language spoken throughout the West African nation of Sierra Leone.

Krio is spoken by 87% of Sierra Leone's population and unites the different ethnic groups in the country, especially in their trade and social interaction with each other.

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Phonological and phonetic variability in complex words: Yearbook of Morphology Just a. A language is a structured system of ge, in a broader sense, is the method of communication that involves the use of – particularly human – languages.

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In Parth Bhatt& Ingo Plag (Eds.), The structure of creole words: Segmental, syllabic and morphological aspects. (Linguistische Arbeiten ) Tübingen: Niemeyer. Vol Issue, Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages - Vol Issue 1, Navigate this Journal About Current issue Previous issues Submit a paper Segmental, syllabic and morphological aspects, edited by Parth Bhatt and Ingo Plag Author(s): Michael Aceto.We use cookies to offer you a better experience, personalize content, tailor advertising, provide social media features, and better understand the use of our : Peter Maitz.

Morphological structure as discussed in above raises the issue of the way in which the majority (if not all) 7 syllabic sonorants arise: through morphophonological alternation of full- and zero-grade forms.

Such alternation allows the same sonorant Author: Adam I. Cooper.