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On the partially divergent phonology 
of Spanish, Portuguese and points in between

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Abstract

In this chapter we explore the comparative markedness and phonotactics of Spanish and Portuguese phonology as a framework in which to consider: (i) the segmental inventories of each language, (ii) the phonological processes of the grammar of each language (including how prosody may impact these), as well as (iii) certain historical and dialectal developments, including (iv) phonologically intermediate/hybrid variants.

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