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The distinction /u/ vs. /u:/ is phonetically realised as a distinction in length only. However, in contrast to the long vowels /i:/ and /a:/, the contrastive long vowel [u:] is only used very rarely — mostly an /u/ is unspecified for lenght. e. as u, and leave its short/unmarked counterpart diacritically unmarked. Some pairs showing the contrast between /i, i:/ and /u, u:/ are given in (7). k(u) 'again' 'tuberous plant' 'have chicken skin' 'drip, drizzle' wutu wutu hunju hunju 'be fat' 'louse' 'grumble' 'slaughter X' I propose that the appropriate representation of the vowel length contrast involves syllable quantity.
Nda na-mai =ma =du NEG 3sN=come =MOD =EMP 'The driver did not turn up' a'. [,nda na'mäi ma'du: na 'sopiru] na sopir ART driver b. Hama =du =na na mbuku -nggu same =EMP =3sG ART book =lsG 'My book is (really) similar' b'. 1). 1). It is an independent (prosodic) word which conforms to the minimal word constraint without having to lengthen the vowel u. Thus, a foot that is formed post-lexically also conforms to the basic root template. ' and äru HORTATIVE (polite). I have classified them as clitics because their distribution and functional properties.
O. ka. ng(u) ,wihi 'menja ka. 'mo:] The data in (42) are evidence for various aspects of the Kambera phonotactic structure. First, a long vowel or diphthong is interpreted as bipositional if occurring alone (yu: —* wuyii). e. without another syllable following), only the first V position is considered the head, while the second v position is considered the non-head (haila -> la'hai [* yilaha], tu:ki —> ki'tu: [* wukitu], yu: -> wuyu). Third, an empty onset may be filled by a homorganic glide (yu: —> wuyu), but may also be filled by a glottal stop (iu —*· fuwi).
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