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In other words, distinctive feature representations should be either possible or impossible, either pronounceable or unpronounceable according to autosegmental theory. In fact, no theorist that I know of has explicitly advocated the view that autosegmental phonology and autosegmental morphology are entirely independent theories. Still, as I mentioned in the introduction, for all the assumptions which autosegmental phonology and morphology have in common, there is one crucial area in which they have comeperhaps more by accident than by designto differ.
As mentioned Page 25 in note 9, not all melody features would necessarily have to be duplicated, since some features necessary for distinguishing consonants could be filled in on the vowel melody tier by late redundancy rules. Still, some features necessary for distinguishing both consonants and vowels ([high], [back], [round]) would need to be duplicated. 1 I will go into the case of Arabic infixes in some detail and discuss whether this sort of duplication (or the one to be discussed immediately below) is needed for infixes too.
Welmers (1973), for example, notes a case in Igbo where a particular tonal pattern acts as an inflectional morpheme. " The tone class determines the tonal pattern of the verb in certain tensesfor example, in the Narrative Negative. In other tenses, however, a uniform tone pattern appears, regardless of the tone class of individual verbs. In the SVF I Main Clause form, for example, verbs are always low toned. In other words, the SVF I Main Clause form is a low tone. 2 The feature [nasal] when autosegmentalized on its own tier can also constitute an independent morpheme in some languages.