In this contribution it is argued that main stress distribution in artificial words constitutes indirect proof of the existence of rhythmic secondary stress requirements in German. An analysis is proposed in terms of rhythmic and prosodic constraints which are then applied to past participle formation in German.

Consequences of rhythmic secondary stress in German: stress patterns in language games and past participle formation

Barbara Vogt
2013

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In this contribution it is argued that main stress distribution in artificial words constitutes indirect proof of the existence of rhythmic secondary stress requirements in German. An analysis is proposed in terms of rhythmic and prosodic constraints which are then applied to past participle formation in German.
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