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In short, two threads will run through this work, one having to do with possible and impossible configurations of distinctive features in autosegmental theory, and the other having to do with the relationship between phonology and morphology. At times one thread will be more prominent than the other, but generally we will see that the two threads are closely intertwined. Notes: Introduction 1. For an excellent overview of autosegmental theory, see van der Hulst and Smith (1984). 2. Recent exceptions are Clements (1985) and Halle (1986), although neither considers the full range of data at issue here.
In other tenses, however, a uniform tone pattern appears, regardless of the tone class of individual verbs. In the SVF I Main Clause form, for example, verbs are always low toned. In other words, the SVF I Main Clause form is a low tone. 2 The feature [nasal] when autosegmentalized on its own tier can also constitute an independent morpheme in some languages. òyou-sg. will drink The feature [+nasal] is therefore an inflectional morpheme in Coatzospan Mixtec. According to McCarthy (1983), the feature [+round] (labialization) and the features [+ high, - back] (palatalization) constitute morphological tiers in the Semitic language Chaha.
I must therefore show that (26) not only permits the duplication of features that we need for Semitic and for infixing, but also rules out the duplication of features that will result in (13), (15), and (21); in other words, I must show that the DFF has all of the positive effects of the Principle of Exhaustive Partitioning, but none of its negative effects. In order to show that the DFF is sufficiently restrictive, however, I must first make explicit some preliminary assumptions about what it means to say that features may be freely duplicated on different tiers and about the ways in which segments on one tier become linked to segments on other tiers.