Cartoon Theories of Linguistics
Phineas Q. Phlogiston, Ph.D.
Unintentional University of Lghtnbrgstn
To review the earlier Cartoon Theories of Linguistics, please seek out previous installments in the series in this journal.
Now let us consider the most important aspects of syllables and their structure:
Next time: Langue vs. Parole.
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