A epêntese consonantal em português e sua interpretação na Teoria da Otimalidade

Luiz Carlos Cagliari, Gladis Massini-Cagliari Massini- Cagliari

Abstract


A study of the consonantal epenthesis in Portuguese, interpretedaccording to the Theory of Optimality framework, is presented inthis article. The featural nature of the epenthetic consonants isdefined, as well as the context of their occurrence. The implicationto the word derivational process is commented on. Consonantalepenthesis in Portuguese is in close relationship with sandhi andliaison processes.

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