Linguistics in the Netherlands 1989 1989
DOI: 10.1515/9783110870060-017
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“…Dutch and English are languages with a predominant trochaic stress pattern. In these languages it can be argued that the trochaic pattern serves as a default, and hence, the iambic pattern is nondefault, that is, lexicalized (see Booij, 1995; Hammond, 1999; Hayes, 1982; Trommelen & Zonneveld, 1989). What does a default versus nondefault stress pattern have to do with our findings?…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Dutch and English are languages with a predominant trochaic stress pattern. In these languages it can be argued that the trochaic pattern serves as a default, and hence, the iambic pattern is nondefault, that is, lexicalized (see Booij, 1995; Hammond, 1999; Hayes, 1982; Trommelen & Zonneveld, 1989). What does a default versus nondefault stress pattern have to do with our findings?…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Examples in (20) show that the position of the stress peak in compounds is sensitive to lexical category. In contrast to nominal and verbal compounds ( 14), the peak is now on the rightmost stem (Visch 1989, Trommelen & Zonneveld 1989 rood-wit-bláuw 'red-white-and-blue' (the Dutch flag)…”
Section: Stem Stress In Affixed Forms and Compoundsmentioning
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“…If the base fails to meet the stress condition, then the affix simply fails to adjoin: it is 'stress-blocked'. A suffixal example is (again) Dutch -ig, which imposes a condition of final stress on morphologically simplex bases (Trommelen & Zonneveld 1989):…”
Section: Stress-blockingmentioning
confidence: 99%
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