Re: Self-Segregating Morphologies
|From:||Mike S. <mcslason@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, May 16, 2002, 1:43|
From: "And Rosta" <a-rosta@...>
> You've got two sorts of syllables, CV and C(@).
> Within any string of syllables, where VCV occurs, a word boundary
> occurs: V# CV.
> Within any string of syllables, where VC(@)CV occurs, a word boundary
> occurs: V# C(@)CV.
> Word boundaries don't occur elsewhere
> e.g. CV CV C(@)CV CVC(@)C(@)C(@)CV C(@)C(@)CV
> Clearly the rules can be varied somewhat, to give whatever results
> are desired.
Thanks, it's clear now.
> > >As for a gretly different system, I offer that of Livagian.
> > Is this language on the web? My websearch was fruitless.
> Not yet. Hopefully within the next 5 years it will be. If you decide
> you're interested in its self-segmentation I can send you a
> Word document describing the phonology. Mere courtesy does not
> require an expression of interest, though.
Indeed I am sincerely interested, and, if you are willing to email me
that document, grateful also.