Topics in the phonology and morphosyntax of Balinese based on the dialect of Singaraja, North Bali
This study describes features of the phonology, verbal morphology, and morphosyntax of the Balinese of Singaraja, in Buleleng district, north Bali. In chapter two I describe the phoneme repertoire, and their realisations. I give evidence for meaningful postlexical rules, of the kind described by Woodbury (1987). In chapter 3 I show that there is a regular interaction between semantics and phonology at a prelexical level, contra the double articulation hypothesis, and in support of the...[Show more]
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