Estonian Grammar by Robert T. Harms

By Robert T. Harms

A part of a sequence that provides usually linguistic and anthropological learn and teaching/learning fabric on a zone of significant cultural and strategic curiosity and significance within the post-Soviet period.

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Syllables of six phonemes, those which end in three consonants, and the type VVCC are attested only aa monoayllabic vocablea. All other syllable types also occur as monosyllabic vocables. atit/ '(d inkin ) 1 r g g aues, • /+pr'iJlft/ '(eye) glasses'· 3 ho • P nemes: /+a'kt/ 'a t ' I+ ek/ . /+tri+uin£/ 'trium h • I tOB/ c • a 'tune, • /+nat/ 'they, • p ' + 'work,' /+o'htlikk/ 'dangerous • /+butte/ 'of th '1. orna/ 'to eat'• 2 ho • n t chains, • /+kr'rkm/ • squeak • 'he , • P nemes· /+ta/ 'h • 1 ' ' • • l+e'eael/ 'aas'· 1 h e, +oo/ 'night, • /+tema/ l+~--1 , • P oneme1 /+a+ " 1 , ··- mother.

Ta-; moAta- occurs with the part. -••· and W. -•1· (Cf. ) 050 ~om-} 'all, the whole'= kObud-; occurs with the 1en. · pl. ~m-} does not occur with the nom. , but rather the nom. •s1. form is used with the nom. -pl. fum:tion. 1t0h:KE-, ItOfkxE..

Of one long or overlong syllable with plain stress shifts its stress to the postposed position. a ' west (part. -g. 14. I conaider the following morphophonemic alternau for which I am unable to determine any conditioning factore, : • · be the result of free variation and fast speech. (1) h- f/1. With all instances of this alternation it is moat nornical to regard the /h/ of a rnorphophonernically eatablia~co. forrn as being lost. ~. 'to e begin, • huf>pa- ... ,. opune- •horse. , kah ... ka 'also,' nah ...

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