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2. The association between structure and homogeneity is an illusion. Linguistic structure includes the orderly differentiation of speakers and styles through rules which govern variation in the speech community; native command of the language includes the control of such heterogeneous structures. 3. Not all variability and heterogeneity in language structure involves change; but all change involves variability and heterogeneity. 4. The generalization of linguistic change throughout linguistic structure is neither uniform nor instantaneous; it involves the covariation of associated changes over substantial periods of time, and is reflected in the diffusion of isoglosses over areas of geographical space.

It would not do, of course, to conclude that there is no relation between language change and children’s learning of language, but there is no simple one-to-one relationship between the generations of a family and linguistic change. ” Sound change, however, may not be affected in the same way as other features of language. 28 Rousselot gave an example of how his own pronunciation of the palatal liquid [l] differed from that of his sister who was four years younger than he. While he maintained a palatal lateral in all positions, his sister used a palatal fricative [ j] in all positions except after velar consonants.

Vinea ‘vineyard’ > Sp. vina, Lat. , Port. g. figlio, and filho). In these examples, instead of pronouncing in a linear fashion first a consonant and then a palatal, speakers produced both simultaneously. Dissimilation This phenomenon is the opposite of assimilation. In dissimilation a sound loses a feature of articulation that it shares with a neighboring sound and thus becomes less like it. For example, the early Ibero-Romance reflex of Lat. Homine ‘man’ > omne, underwent a dissimilation of the second nasal in the Castilian dialect.

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