Phonological Rules. Rules about how sounds may or may not go together in a language English: Words may not start with two stop consonants German: Devoicing rule—voiced consonants at the ends of words are devoiced, e.g. /g/--/k/
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--Rules that specify the permissible sequences of constituents (words, phrases, etc.) in a sentence
--Each rule “rewrites” a constituent into one or more other constituents