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(2019)This paper is the first dedicated study on (thr)-flapping, or the insertion of a tap in / θɹ/ clusters in American English. While [ɾ] is often described as an allophone of alveolar stops, it is not normally associated with ...
(The Linguistics Society at the University of Georgia, 2012)This paper addresses perceived blocking effects of the English adjectival prefix un- and the accuracy of its identification as a negator. Since un- appears to pattern among adjectives according to antonymy, I posit that ...
Was she sick sick?¿Enfermo enfermo? k’ojan k’ojan?: A pragmatic investigation of adjective reduplication in Spanish, English and Yucatec Maya (The Linguistics Society at the University of Georgia, 2015)