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By Samuel Beckett

Écrit en français dans les années 1950. Première ebook (en français), dans X, A Quarterly evaluation, I, novembre 1959. Paru aux Éditions de Minuit en 1988.

Dans ce texte, Beckett tente de prouver que les mots, s'ils sont mal formulés ou s'ils ont été traînés "dans l. a. boue", ne servent plus à rien ou sont alors dépourvus de sens. Également, il se regarde lui-même et examine toutes les mimiques qui accompagnent généralement l. a. parole : mouvement des mains, de los angeles langue...

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2 above), the phonological ‘markers’ for speech may be genuinely different across speakers. (b) Yachts must pass outside the markers in every case, on pain of disqualification, whereas there is no such requirement in speech. In careful speech it is quite often the case that the prescription is followed closely, but, in informal and colloquial speech, the phonetic ‘course steered’ may often ‘cut off corners’, make merely token gestures towards the ‘markers’, or even ignore them completely. The only requirement is that, on the basis of the ‘course steered’ by the speaker, the hearer can guess what ‘markers’ the speaker has in mind.

2 above). In certain other languages, the principles for morphemic division differ from those for syllabic division even more strikingly than they do in English. Many major lexical items (nouns, verbs and adjectives) in Iraqi Arabic split morphemically into a root, consisting of the consonants, and affixes, one of which consists of a vowel pattern. Thus /keteb/ ‘he wrote’ is /k-tb/ ‘write’ plus a vowel pattern /-e-e-/ signalling past tense; /jiktab/ ‘he writes’ is the same root, plus a prefix /ji-/ signalling ‘he’ in this form of the verb, and a vowel pattern /-o-a-/ signalling non-past tense (o indicates no vowel at this position).

This results in what is known as a MORPHOPHONEMIC transcription and is often indicated by the use of braces: {…}. For example, the verbs feel, deal and kneel contain an /i:/ which alternates with /e/ in the formation of the past tense and the past participle (see section 3 above), and might therefore be transcribed as {f i:~e l) and {d i:~e l} and {n i:~e l} respectively; the notation {i:~e) indicates that the vowel of the stem is sometimes /i:/ and sometimes /e/, depending on the context in which the stem finds itself.

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