A Grammar of Hdi by Frajzyngier, Zygmunt

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The first-person object is d. The verb has also the "out" extension p. The sequence of the pronoun, the extension p, and the first consonants of the verb would produce a disallowed four-consonant cluster *dpdg. The first disallowed sequence *tfpd is syllabified by the insertion of the epenthetic i after the first consonant, and the second disallowed sequence *pdg is syllabified by the insertion of schwa, p-däg: (89) dg-i-di-p-dsga divide-AWAY-1SG-OUT -divide 'divide [it] for me' 7. Tone 39 7. 1.

And What tone is assigned to an epenthetic vowel? 2. Tone and vowel deletion If a vowel is deleted, as is often the case with word-final vowels in phrase-internal position, and if a new syllable is not formed, the tone is deleted as well. Consider the word for 'time', bäcfu, which can be combined with the word luma 'market', to give 'market day'. The final vowel is most often deleted in normal speech, giving bad lumä. Consider the noun rverf'lion'. When this word occurs in phrase-internal position, both the final vowel and the last high tone are deleted: (93) sä-ghä rvor na amve-D:PVG lion COMP 'While the lion was coming .

Consider the verb 'divide' dgä. When followed by the "away" marker, the form becomes dgi. The first-person object is d. The verb has also the "out" extension p. The sequence of the pronoun, the extension p, and the first consonants of the verb would produce a disallowed four-consonant cluster *dpdg. The first disallowed sequence *tfpd is syllabified by the insertion of the epenthetic i after the first consonant, and the second disallowed sequence *pdg is syllabified by the insertion of schwa, p-däg: (89) dg-i-di-p-dsga divide-AWAY-1SG-OUT -divide 'divide [it] for me' 7.

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