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    Authors: Sibille, Jean;

    Dans les langues romanes standard, les systèmes de marquage du pluriel sont relativement simples. En revanche, certaines variétés romanes vernaculaires possèdent des systèmes complexes faisant appel, dans une même variété, à plusieurs procédés de marquage de natures différentes. Dans la variété étudiée, les substantifs se répartissent en dix classes : une classe de substantifs invariables et neuf classes dans lesquelles le pluriel peut être marqué : par un suffixe vocalique alternant (/vˈaʃɔ/ 'vache', pl. /vˈaʃɛ/), par allongement vocalique, ou par flexion interne (/ʃa'pal/ 'chapeau', pl. /ʃapˈɛju/). Il faut y ajouter, dans certaines variétés géographiquement et linguistiquement proches, le marquage par un morphème -/s/ agglutiné au radical. L'étude des systèmes de marquage du pluriel dans différentes variétés romanes non standard, pourrait contribuer à une meilleure compréhension de la façon dont interagissent les contraintes phonologiques, morphologiques et syntaxiques. In standard romance languages, systems of plural marking are relatively simple. But some vernacular romance varieties show complex systems, using, in the same variety, several marking processes of different nature. In the variety studied here, nouns are divided into 10 categories : a category of invariable nouns and nine categories in which plural can be marked, either by an alternating vocalic suffix (/vˈaʃɔ/ 'cow', pl. /vˈaʃɛ/), by vocalic lengthening (/pra/ 'meadow', pl. /praː/, or by internal flexion (/ʃa'pal/ 'hat', pl. /ʃapˈɛju/). In some geographically and linguistically related varieties, marking by a morpheme -/s/ attached to the stem also have to be added. Study of plural marking systems in non standard romance varieties could contribute to a better understanding of how phonological, morphological and syntactic constraints interact.

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    Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie (ZrP)
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    Authors: Sibille, Jean;

    Dans les langues romanes standard, les systèmes de marquage du pluriel sont relativement simples. En revanche, certaines variétés romanes vernaculaires possèdent des systèmes complexes faisant appel, dans une même variété, à plusieurs procédés de marquage de natures différentes. Dans la variété étudiée, les substantifs se répartissent en dix classes : une classe de substantifs invariables et neuf classes dans lesquelles le pluriel peut être marqué : par un suffixe vocalique alternant (/vˈaʃɔ/ 'vache', pl. /vˈaʃɛ/), par allongement vocalique, ou par flexion interne (/ʃa'pal/ 'chapeau', pl. /ʃapˈɛju/). Il faut y ajouter, dans certaines variétés géographiquement et linguistiquement proches, le marquage par un morphème -/s/ agglutiné au radical. L'étude des systèmes de marquage du pluriel dans différentes variétés romanes non standard, pourrait contribuer à une meilleure compréhension de la façon dont interagissent les contraintes phonologiques, morphologiques et syntaxiques. In standard romance languages, systems of plural marking are relatively simple. But some vernacular romance varieties show complex systems, using, in the same variety, several marking processes of different nature. In the variety studied here, nouns are divided into 10 categories : a category of invariable nouns and nine categories in which plural can be marked, either by an alternating vocalic suffix (/vˈaʃɔ/ 'cow', pl. /vˈaʃɛ/), by vocalic lengthening (/pra/ 'meadow', pl. /praː/, or by internal flexion (/ʃa'pal/ 'hat', pl. /ʃapˈɛju/). In some geographically and linguistically related varieties, marking by a morpheme -/s/ attached to the stem also have to be added. Study of plural marking systems in non standard romance varieties could contribute to a better understanding of how phonological, morphological and syntactic constraints interact.

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    Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie (ZrP)
    Article . 2013 . Peer-reviewed
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