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PHONOLOGICAL RESTRUCTURING IN CREOLE: THE
This phenomenon is known as vowel paragoge, or paragoge for short.
Paragoge and degree of foreign accent
Paragoge and degree of foreign accent in Brazilian English. Roy C. Major Washington State University.
The Development of sC Onset Clusters in Interlanguage
Perception and production of vowel paragoge by Brazilian EFL students. In Major, Roy (1986), Paragoge and degree of foreign accent in Brazilian English.
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paragoge in the creole languages (Muysken & Singh, in press). We argue strongly for its West African substratum origin. Paragoge is very frequent in.
Reflexões fonoestilísticas sobre a paragoge no Português Medieval
paragoge no Português Medieval, através das Cantigas de Santa Maria.

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Paragoge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Paragoge /pærəˈɡoʊdʒiː/, adj. paragogic /pærəˈɡɒdʒɪk/, is the addition of a sound to the end of a word. Often, this is due to nativization.
Paragoge | Define Paragoge at Dictionary.com
A.Word.A.Day --paragoge
paragoge. PRONUNCIATION: (par-uh-GO-jee).
paragoge - Wiktionary
[edit] English. [edit] Etymology. From Late Latin paragoge, from Greek παραγωγή ' derivation, addition'.
paragoge - alphaDictionary * Free English On-line Dictionary
Notes: Paragoge is a member of a series of common word changes, including its antonym, apocope.

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