Palatal vowels, glides and obstruents in Argentinian Spanish

@article{Harris1999PalatalVG,
  title={Palatal vowels, glides and obstruents in Argentinian Spanish},
  author={James W. Harris and Ellen M. Kaisse},
  journal={Phonology},
  year={1999},
  volume={16},
  pages={117-190}
}
The goal of this article is to contribute to our understanding of glides – their properties and distribution in underlying and surface representations, the range and the features of their various phonetic manifestations, and their role in the assignment of syllable structure and stress. Spanish provides a rich opportunity for carrying out this study because of the special properties of high vocoids in this language, which are systematically realised as glides in particular contexts: they can… Expand

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