Re: Estonian Quantity [was: Re: Love Those Double Vowels]
|From:||And Rosta <a.rosta@...>|
|Date:||Friday, November 9, 2001, 3:51|
> F F
> / \ / \
> F m F m
> | | | |
> s | s |
> /|\ | /|\ | ...
> / m m | / m m |
> | \|/ | | \|/ |
> s a [saa:] l a k e [lak:ke]
> That is, a foot consisting of a monosyllabic bimoraic trochee with an
> adjoined mora. This conception of the foot and its role in stem
> gradation has (indirectly) inspired some changes in Tepa prosody,
> though I don't have overlong segments.
What are the changes to Tepa prosody it has inspired?
Where is up-to-date info on Tepa? It must be six or seven years since
I last read the full description of Tepa.