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==Definition==
 
'''Shape Component''' is a component in the [[grammar]] proposed in the work of [[Arnold Zwicky]]. This component contains the [[lexicon]], together with separate sets of [[inflection]]al rules and [[derivation]]al rules. Moreover, this component houses the Shape Conditions which govern the selection of different [[allomorph]]s postlexically, that is, in the [[syntax]].
 
'''Shape Component''' is a component in the [[grammar]] proposed in the work of [[Arnold Zwicky]]. This component contains the [[lexicon]], together with separate sets of [[inflection]]al rules and [[derivation]]al rules. Moreover, this component houses the Shape Conditions which govern the selection of different [[allomorph]]s postlexically, that is, in the [[syntax]].
  
=== Example ===
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== Example ==
 
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The distribution of the English ''a/an'' allomorphs (''a book'' vs. ''an apple'') is handled by a Shape Condition.
the distribution of the English ''a/an'' allomorphs (''a book'' vs. ''an apple'') is handled by a Shape Condition.
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=== Links ===
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== Links ==
 
[http://www2.let.uu.nl/UiL-OTS/Lexicon/zoek.pl?lemma=Shape+Component&lemmacode=222 Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics]
 
[http://www2.let.uu.nl/UiL-OTS/Lexicon/zoek.pl?lemma=Shape+Component&lemmacode=222 Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics]
  
=== References ===
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== References ==
 
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* Zwicky, A. 1977. ''On clitics,'' IULC, Bloomington.
 
* Zwicky, A. 1977. ''On clitics,'' IULC, Bloomington.
  
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[[Category:Morphology]]
 
[[Category:Morphology]]
  
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Latest revision as of 21:11, 28 October 2014

Definition

Shape Component is a component in the grammar proposed in the work of Arnold Zwicky. This component contains the lexicon, together with separate sets of inflectional rules and derivational rules. Moreover, this component houses the Shape Conditions which govern the selection of different allomorphs postlexically, that is, in the syntax.

Example

The distribution of the English a/an allomorphs (a book vs. an apple) is handled by a Shape Condition.

Links

Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics

References

  • Zwicky, A. 1977. On clitics, IULC, Bloomington.
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