Emily K. Curtis
Patterning of ounds and gestures in human languages; analysis in generative phonological framework. Prerequisite: LING 450.
Winter - 2001 Generative view of phonology. Typical phonological processes; formalizing rules; syllables; tone; (autosegmental phenomena). (Note: students who took Ling 451 prior to 1999 have covered approximately the content of the current L450 and should take L451. See instructor for registration details.)
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