Composite Airframe Structures by Michael Chun-Yu Niu, Michael Niu

By Michael Chun-Yu Niu, Michael Niu

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The main non-syllabic function follows from the criterion of distribution (cf. Kurylowicz 1948: note 22). Let T denote any consonant, E—any vowel, R—any member of the resonant class. 51 The feature "syllabic" in resonants artd semivotvels 51 Between two vowels, or between a vowel and zero sound (or vice versa), the resonants are non-syllabic; ERE, ER, RE. Between two consonants, or between a consonant and zero, the resonants are syllabic: TflT, RT T^(Skt. datfne, OE bearu). But in the mijced contexts of vocalic and consonantal entourage the resonants are non-syllabic, too: TRE, ERT (Skt.

One cannot deny that such an interpretation of nasal vowels is a bit arbitrary because of the complete lack of paradigmatic opposition: between /i Q a/ and /in un an/ respectively. , phoneme, respectively. Schoolchildren regularlj' mix up ? with en, q with om in spelling (cf. Bulczyriska-Zgolka 1975). There is, however, a problem what kind of phonemic interpretation native speakers resort to. It may be that this interpretation is at the moment a little unstable. , oral vowel + iMsdl consonant. The developing morphological opposition momenlaneous vs.

And Ch. Zacharias. 1972. Deutsche Satzintonation. 4 Schallplatton mit Beiheft. Leipzig: VEB Verlag Enzyklopadie. Uldall, E. 1964. "Dimensions of meaning in intonation". In Abercrombie, D. ot aL 1964. 217-279. (Also in Bolinger, D. 1972. 250-259). Wode, H. 1966. "Englische Satzintonation". Phonelica 15. 129-218. 49 THE FEATaRE "SYLLABIC" IIST RESOKANTS AND SEMIVOWELS J A N CyoAK Univeriiti/ of Wroelau Prom Awedyk's (1976) reassignment of the features Consonantal, Vocalic and Syllabic it follows that (a) there is always a polar opposition (non-identity) of the features Consonantal and Vocalic, viz.

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