Fonologia prosódica e teoria da otimalidade: reflexões sobre a interface sintaxe e fonologia na formação de sintagmas fonológicos

Filomena Sandalo


This paper discusses phonological phrasing in Brazilian Portuguese.The data suggest that phonological phrasing can access a syntacticrelation such as SPEC-HEAD agreement in this language.


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