Exponence, allomorphy and haplology in the number and State morphology of Modern Hebrew

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Faust, Noam;
(2018)
  • Publisher: Ubiquity Press
  • Journal: Glossa: a journal of general linguistics (issn: 2397-1835, eissn: 2397-1835)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5334/gjgl.228
  • Subject: Linguistics, morphology, phonology, morph-syntax | morpho-syntax | allomorphy; haplology; morpho-syntax; Modern Hebrew; possessive | Modern Hebrew | possessive | allomorphy | haplology | P101-410 | Language. Linguistic theory. Comparative grammar

This paper provides an account of the regularities of plural exponence in Modern Hebrew. There are two genders in Modern Hebrew, each with its specific plural marker. Nouns can appear in the Construct or Free states, and the State of a noun also has an effect on the plu... View more
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