Stem modification and cluster transfer in Modern Hebrew

@article{BatEl1994StemMA,
  title={Stem modification and cluster transfer in Modern Hebrew},
  author={Outi Bat-El},
  journal={Natural Language & Linguistic Theory},
  year={1994},
  volume={12},
  pages={571-596}
}
In the formation of Modern Hebrew denominative verbs, two structural properties are transferred from the base to the derived form: the consonantal root and the consonant cluster. While the model of Root-to-Template Association (McCarthy 1981) is largely based on root transfer, it fails to account for cluster transfer. In this paper I argue that the model which can actually account for cluster transfer as well as root transfer is what I will term here Stem Modification (Steriade 1988). Within… CONTINUE READING

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