The Syntax-Phonology Interface
This book presents a morphosyntactic account of vowel length in contemporary Czech. The present approach is strictly decompositional on both the phonological and the morphosyntactic side. It assumes prosodic affixes in contemporary Czech. The focus is on prosodic affixes which realize morphosyntactic parts of diminutives and hypocoristics.
About the author
Markéta Ziková is Assistant Professor at the Department of Czech Language at Masaryk University in Brno. Her research interests concern phonology, morphosyntax, and their interplay.
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