|Title:||A Correspondence Approach to Glide Formation in Korean|
|Comment:||15 pages, figures (44), appeared in Korean Journal of Linguistics. 24.4., 1999. Files also available from http://www.chosun.ac.kr/~ongmi/biography/publication.htm|
|Abstract:||A Correspondence Approach to Glide Formation in Korean
A revised paper appeared in Korean Journal of Linguistics. 24.4., 1999.
Korean has two types of glide formation, obligatory and optional ones.
Following H. S. Kang (1998), obligatory glide formation is an instance of
IO-correspondence and optional glide formation, that of OO-correspondence.
The formal speech form may have the casual speech form to avoid vowel
hiatus. The constraint responsible for glide formation is Onset. The
difference between the formal speech form and the casual speech form is
constraint ranking between *CG and Onset.
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