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2010 | 31 | 105-114
Article title

INTRUSIVE LIQUIDS IN ENGLISH

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The aim of the paper is to explore two sandhi phenomena of liquid-zero alternations, i.e. linking and intrusion in two varieties of English recorded in southern England and north-eastern United States. Since, however, the analysis of linking/intrusive r can be found elsewhere (e.g. Kijak 2009), the main concern here, is the phenomenon of linking/intrusive l. We address the questions concerning the distribution, representation and interaction of the lateral with the preceding vowel. We explain the mechanics behind the l-zero alternations. Additionally, we explore the problem of lexical representation of etymologically l less and l-full forms participating in the linking/intrusion processes.
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31
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105-114
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ARTICLE
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  • Artur Kijak, Instytut Jezyka Angielskiego, Ul. Gen. Stefana Grota-Roweckiego 5, 41-205 Sosnowiec, Poland
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11PLAAAA09067
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bwmeta1.element.c9fc9103-4423-32b4-a790-fb90cac67bc0
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