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Aspects morpho-phonologiques de la dérivation verbale en berbère tachelhit

Abstract : This thesis is dedicated to the study of some aspects of the verbal morphology of Berber within the framework of government phonology. It contributes to the study of the architecture of templates. It aims at demonstrating that the squeletal level of the phonological representations has an autonomous and independent morphological activity from the segmental level and argues in favor of the existence of templatic sites where particular morphological operations take place. The idea of the existence of this type of sites was used to analyse two main phenomena in the verbal morphology of the Berber dialect of Agadir: it serves, first of all, for explaining the way the mechanism of gemination applies to the imperfective verbs composed of two or three consonants. It is used then, to report the variation of the size of the causative and reciprocal morphemes as well as in their behavior towards the harmony of "anteriority" and the dissimilation of "labiality".
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Mohamed Lahrouchi, Ufr de Linguistique. Aspects morpho-phonologiques de la dérivation verbale en berbère tachelhit. Linguistique. Université Paris 7, 2001. Français. ⟨tel-02117051⟩



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