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17 p, 392.4 KB Exceptionality in Spanish Stress / Baković, Eric (University of California San Diego)
Stress in vowel-final non-verbs in Spanish regularly falls on the penultimate syllable, while stress in consonant-final words regularly falls on the final syllable. There are two main classes of exceptions to this regularity: stress on the syllable preceding the regular one, and stress on the syllable following the regular one. [...]
L'accent en les formes no verbals de l'espanyol acabades en vocal cau regularment sobre la penúltima síl·laba, mentre que l'accent en paraules acabades en consonant cau regularment sobre l'última síl·laba. [...]

2016 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.182
Catalan journal of linguistics, Vol. 15 (2016) , p. 9-25 (Articles)  

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