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Although the three views outlined above differ significantly in their approach to internal syllable structure, they all share the characteristic of describing a stressed syllable template which has considerably more complexity than the one that I have outlined in this paper. The moraic approach taken by Scullen and Montreuil can be made to work empirically. The question which I wish to address is whether it should be made to work. The objections which I have to such an approach concern the theoretical implications of positing heavy syllables in the prosodic structure of French.
Verluyten 1985), I consider the organization of syllables into feet to be a crucial motivating factor in the creation of closed syllables in French. I propose that the deletion of e-muet is motivated by a process of refooting. That is, segments, including schwa are Page 7 mapped to syllables. Since schwa deletion is optional, a schwa may surface as the nucleus of a well-formed syllable. " The representation I propose for foot structure and the condition for refooting are stated in (5). (5) Foot structure (a) Well-formed Foot (b) Degenerate Foot (b) Refooting Condition Delete a degenerate foot if any consonantal elements dominated by the degenerate foot may be mapped to an adjacent licenser.
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