ZIKOVÁ, Markéta. Why Czech Case Markers Sometimes Get Lost. In KARLÍK, Petr, Mojmír DOČEKAL and Jana ZMRZLÍKOVÁ. Czech in Generative Grammar. München: Lincom EUROPA, 2007. p. 190-203, 203 pp. ISBN 978-3-89586-079-9.
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Original name Why Czech Case Markers Sometimes Get Lost
Name in Czech Proč v češtině někdy mizí pádové koncovky
Authors ZIKOVÁ, Markéta (203 Czech Republic, guarantor).
Edition München, Czech in Generative Grammar, p. 190-203, 203 pp. 2007.
Publisher Lincom EUROPA
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Original language English
Type of outcome Proceedings paper
Field of Study 60200 6.2 Languages and Literature
Country of publisher Germany
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
RIV identification code RIV/00216224:14210/07:00032450
Organization unit Faculty of Arts
ISBN 978-3-89586-079-9
Keywords in English Czech; case markers; paradigm stavení; CVCV phonology
Tags case markers, CVCV phonology, Czech, paradigm stavení
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Abstract
I discuss the relationship between the phonological structure of vowel final nominal stems in Czech and the phonological structure of their inflectional forms. Following the CVCV model of Scheer (2004), I assume (i) the existence of final empty Nuclei, and (ii) the fact that the vowel of vowel initial case markers is a floating melody. I show that on these assumptions the morphologically irregular nonrealization of vowel initial case markers in a specific neuter paradigm follows from its phonological properties.
Abstract (in Czech)
I discuss the relationship between the phonological structure of vowel final nominal stems in Czech and the phonological structure of their inflectional forms. Following the CVCV model of Scheer (2004), I assume (i) the existence of final empty Nuclei, and (ii) the fact that the vowel of vowel initial case markers is a floating melody. I show that on these assumptions the morphologically irregular nonrealization of vowel initial case markers in a specific neuter paradigm follows from its phonological properties.
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