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Open Access On the acquisition of syllabic structure in Greek

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On the acquisition of syllabic structure in Greek

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This study presents the results of an investigation into the acquisition of phonology of Greek by one child, between the ages 1;10–2;10. Our claim is that these results are relevant to the study of prosodic structure, specifically to syllable structure. We provide evidence that at the early stage of acquisition the child has only the unmarked CV-syllables and that codas are acquired at a later stage in interaction with morphological development. We will also provide an example of constraints that are fully satisfied in child language becoming minimally violable later in development, that is development as constraint reranking.

Affiliations: 1: University of Crete


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