MORPHOLOGY AND VERBAL STRESS IN SPANISH

@inproceedings{Roca1990MORPHOLOGYAV,
  title={MORPHOLOGY AND VERBAL STRESS IN SPANISH},
  author={Iggy Roca},
  year={1990}
}
Spanish nonverbal primary stress exhibits two (independent) dichotomies: final vs. penultimate, and penultimate vs. antepenultimate. In Roca (1990a) I derive the unmarked penultimate stress from level 0 and level l rightheaded constituency, coupled with extrametricality of the 'desinence' (although invariably stressless, this special rightmost morpheme induces three syllable window effects and must therefore be included in the stress domain). Final stress falls out of the regulär procedure in… 
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