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WFR 2 Rule A Rule B RuleC [ [R Χ' Υ'] Ζ] WFR 3 Rule A Rule B R Χ' Υ' Ζ' Rule C Postcyclic rules Model (ii) WFRs as a bloc precede cyclic rules. 6. for discussion): [ [ [ [R] Χ] Υ] Ζ] (c) Phonological derivation: Cycle 2 R X Rule A Rule B RuleC R X' Cycle 3 Cycle 4 R Χ' Υ R Χ' Υ' R X' Υ' R Χ' Υ' Rule A Rule Β RuleC Ζ Ζ' Rule A Rule Β RuleC Po st cyclic rules . In model (i) cyclic rules apply in the lexicon together with WFRs and phonological derivation sensu stricto starts at the level of postcyclic rules.
It has a deleting e but no yer history behind it. Gussmann (1980a:38) points out that the use of a phonological feature to designate //i *//, a pair of "abstract" vowels which never surface phonetically in their underlying shape, is strongly supported by the fact that they can be tensed in the middle of a derivation (one would not expect this of a lexical diacritic theory). ): //i// ->· [i] and //*// -* [*]. Polish thus has a rule of Derived Imperfective Yer Tensing which is (roughly) as below (for details, cf.
5. below we shall present some facts of Polish morphology but only inasmuch as they are relevant to the subsequent discussion of palatalization rules. We are not in a position to explicitly formalize word formation rules as too little is known about Polish morphology at the present stage of research in this area. In one case, however, we shall present a detailed study in order to show the relationships which hold between WFRs and phonological rules. 3. 1. e. those which end in a consonant or a glide.