linguistic behaviour of humans. The innateness hypothesis is the source of the idea of universalgrammar, as innate constrains work as patterns of grammatical constructions, i.e. rules genetically wired into human brains. From human viewpoint, universal
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to take this process as a constraint of UniversalGrammar ( Mester and Itô 1989 ). To illustrate with reference to English, copying the feature of voicing is evident in the pronunciation of suffixes like the plural suffix - s , which needs to agree in
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