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que podrian tener cierta cercania eran el muisca y el uwa por la presencia de la estructura CVCV y porque ambas contaban con la consonante inicial bilabial sonora.
For the nouns with stem-final a/a there are four disyllabic structures and one trisyllabic: CVCV (type kana- (12) 'fish'), CVCCV (type nagna-'nail'), CVVCV (type naiva'ship'), CVCV (type pima-'milk') and CVCVCV (type vasara-'hammer').
La lista experimental estaba constituida por palabras aliterativas, CVCV.
In Athpahariya, the sequence of CVCV, CVCCV, CVCVC and CVCCVC constitutes disyllabic pattern.
Finally, children were asked to read five common words that consisted of the CVCV syllable structure (cama, vaca, mesa, pata, gato).
A lateral theory of phonology; what is CVCV, and why should it be?
I never said that it was the RULE for CVC items to have merged with CVCV items.
La secuencia segmental mas sencilla y mas comun entre las lenguas del mundo es la alternancia entre consonantes y vocales: CVCV (Maddieson 2013).
3) According to Cygankin's observation ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 124), in the case of words with concrete meaning, the original syllabic structure changes, while in words with abstract meaning, the CVCV structure is preserved: [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [well, spring]' ~ [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [coming out]' (< [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [to come out]'); [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [seed]' ~ [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [sowing]' (<[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [to sow]') etc.
The basic syllabic structure of Proto-Altaic is taken to be CVCV or, less frequently, CVCCV.
In the Phoneme segmentation test, the children counted the phonemes of bisyllabic words with CVCV structure that were presented orally and used aids such as rods.
The children encountered salient and frequent examples of target CVCV words in theme-based activities conducted in large and small groups.