RELAP5 MOD 3 Code Manual Vol 2 - [Users Guide] - US NRC

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Tic vs. cious (Hooper 1972). The difference in syllabification of /tl/ vs. /tr/ quite clearly follows from the fact that English allows word-initial /tr/ clusters, while /tl/ is not a possible cluster in English. Consider similar examples from Spanish and English, as discussed in Hooper (1972). The place of the syllable boundary in relation to /s/ varies from language to language and thus cannot be generally predicted. tV/. sparagus. Once again the restrictions on syllable-initial clusters seem to be the same as those on word-initial clusters.

1 An often-cited example is that of Italian. Italian words are subject to a prosodic minimality constraint (Thornton 1996), in that they must be minimally disyllabic. g. g. pizza ‘pizza’. g. the lexical morphemes kac- and c’ign- never occur independently, but the nominative suffix /-i/ is added to form the well-formed words kaci ‘man’ and c’igni ‘book’. g. Hungarian vowel harmony applies only when its trigger and target belong to the same prosodic word (Booij 1984, Nespor & Vogel 1986); (ii) Minimality constraints; for instance, in Australian languages words can typically be no smaller than two syllables (Dixon 1980).

G. the nominative case marker /-i/ in nominal forms. Since the domain of the study has been defined, further clarification of the terminology is of relevance. The definition of word is far from trivial. The word is the focus of the multidimensional interaction of syntax, morphology, phonology and semantics, and since the realisation of this interaction varies from language to language, a uniform and coherent definition of the word is almost impossible to formulate. In addition, the definition of a word ultimately mirrors the researcher’s methodological-theoretical bias, which is based on a certain understanding of the organisation and functioning of the language faculty.

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