Empty Nuclei in Korean by Sang Jik Rhee

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R] occurs only before a vowel, and [l] before a consonant or in final position. 5. 22 Note that velar segments do not contain place elements. In KLV (1985) and Harris (1990), velar consonants are v-headed which contributes to velarity. In the revised theory, the element v is dropped, therefore, place is not specified. 1 Introduction The syllabification of consonant + glide + vowel (CGV) sequences in Korean has been a controversial issue which phonologists have approached in a number of ways. -G.

In these examples, the plosive /pH/ contains the element U and the affricates /cH/ the element I. If the element A represents coronality, then we expect the word tzar to be realised as [c’ara] rather than [c’arÛ], or both forms are possible. The correct form is [tarÛ], which indicates that A does not spread to identify a following unlicensed empty nucleus. I assume that the vowel inventory of Korean comprises eight vowels: /i, e, E, a, u, o, , Û/. The vowel [Û] is the interpretation of an unlicensed empty nucleus.

10 Another important principle is the Coda Licensing Principle. Consider (6b), in which there is a rhymal complement position governed by a following onset. Whenever a rhyme branches, its complement requires a following onset. Kaye (1990) calls this requirement the Coda Licensing Principle. (8) The Coda Licensing Principle A post-nuclear rhymal position must be licensed by a following onset. One significant effect of the Coda Licensing Principle is that a word-final consonant cannot be syllabified in a rhymal complement position.

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