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On the Expansion and Productivity of a Balkan Romance Conjugational Sub-Class”. Poster presentation at the First Oxford Workshop on Romance Verb Morphology, Oxford, August 2008. Eddington, David. 2006. “Paradigm Uniformity and Analogy: The Capitalistic versus M ­ ilitaristic Debate”. 1–18. Goldberg, Adele E. 1999. “Construction Grammar”. Concise Encyclopedia of Grammatical ­Categories ed. by Keith Brown & Jim Miller, 91–99. Amsterdam: Elsevier. Goldberg, Adele E. 2006. Constructions at Work. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Poster presentation at the First Oxford Workshop on Romance Verb Morphology, Oxford, August 2008. Eddington, David. 2006. “Paradigm Uniformity and Analogy: The Capitalistic versus M ­ ilitaristic Debate”. 1–18. Goldberg, Adele E. 1999. “Construction Grammar”. Concise Encyclopedia of Grammatical ­Categories ed. by Keith Brown & Jim Miller, 91–99. Amsterdam: Elsevier. Goldberg, Adele E. 2006. Constructions at Work. Oxford: Oxford University Press.  Márton András Baló Halwachs, Dieter W. 1998. Amaro vakeripe Roman hi – Unsere Sprache ist Roman: Texte, Glossar und Grammatik der burgenländischen Romani-Variante.

There are three types of examples when a vowel alternates with zero and/or occurs at a stem/affix boundary, yet it is not a linking vowel. These are illustrated in (3): (3) Non-linking vowels a. Stem-final vowels alternating with zero Suffixless Suffixed Glosses [be˜nc] [be˜nul] ‘paralyzed – become paralyzed’ [sø˜kε] [sø˜kyl] ‘blond – become blond’ b. Vowel/zero alternations that are not at stem-suffix boundaries Suffixless Suffixed Glosses [bokor] [bokruŋk] ‘bush – our bush’ [tykør] [tykryŋk] ‘mirror – our mirror’ c.

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