The Origins of Morphonology (Morphonology in the studies of the Moscow Phonological School scientists)

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Morphonology as an independent linguistic discipline evolved at the turn of the XIX—XX centuries due to the studies and writings of philologists and linguists, who had revealed and stated the phoneme and morpheme as abstract units of language system. Not coincidentally, this discipline was based on the theory of phonetic alternations as both units demonstrated deep interaction and vivid variations in respect to their sound form.

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- Barro Mahamadu

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

The General and Russian Linguistics Department Philological Faculty


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