Brent de Chene January Focusing to begin with on the Shuri dialect of Okinawan, this paper poses the question of whether Ryukyuan languages display evidence for the analysis of verbal morphology proposed for Japanese by de Chenean analysis according to which consonant-stem allomorphs are the underlying or default representations of alternating suffixes and regular vowel-stem allomorphs are derived by intervocalic epenthesis of r at verb stem boundary. It is found that Shuri combines two characteristics that make it particularly revealing as evidence for the r-Epenthesis analysis. First, with respect to primary vowel-stems, Shuri illustrates the logical endpoint of the changes entailed by that analysis, namely the total assimilation of vowel-stem inflection to the inflectional pattern of r-stems. Second, because of the creation of secondary vowel stems from historical w-stems and the ongoing nature of the assimilation of those vowel-stems to r-stem inflection, it displays evidence at the same time for r-Epenthesis as a living process that is still being extended.
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The development of phonological illusion: A cross-linguistic study with Japanese and French infants. Developmental Science 14 4pp Consonant cluster production in Japanese learners of English.Request PDF on ResearchGate | Vowel Epenthesis and Consonant Deletion in Japanese Loanwords from English | The current study examines Japanese loanwords from .
Prelexical vowel epenthesis 3 illegal clusters in Japanese (e.g. between /b/ and /z/)arteensevilla.com data show that the perceptual system of Japanese listeners insert an illusory vowel between adjacent consonants in order to conform to.
13 I do not address the issue of the epenthesis vowel quality, instead following Itô and Mester () that [ɯ] is the least marked vowel in Japanese, and therefore the natural choice as the vowel of epenthesis. based: Japanese phonology requires the vowels in these forms, and they are in no sense op-tional.
Another way in which epenthesis can be rife, Vowel epenthesis in Dutch occurs in coda clusters consisting of liquids followed by an-other consonant other than /s/ or /t/ (Booij. results indicate that the relationships between vowel epenthesis in Japanese speakers’ L2 English and their level of proficiency are quantitative rather than.
In phonology, epenthesis (; Greek language) means the addition of one or more sounds to a word, especially to the interior of a word (at the beginning phonology, epenthesis (; Greek language) means the addition of one or more sounds to a word, especially to the interior of a word (at the beginning.