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    Wiese, Richard 2009. The grammar and typology of plural noun inflection in varieties of German. The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics, Vol. 12, Issue. 2, p. 137.

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On default rules and other rules

  • Richard Wiese (a1)
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  • Published online: 01 December 1999

This commentary concentrates on the nature of irregularity in morphology. What is called “irregular” in the target article by Clahsen is not a homogeneous class. Rather, there are areas of strong subregularities in the domains both of German participle formation and of German plural information that need to be distinguished from the irregular domain.

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