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Nauclér, K. 1983. "Connections between spoken and written language: Evidence from three investigations on normal and pathological written performance," Journal of pragmatics 7, 595-602. Nerius, D. and J. ) 1980 Theoretische Probleme der deutschen Orthographie. Berlin. Penttilä, A. 1971. "Zur Grundlagenforschung der geschriebenen Sprache," Ling. Berichte 16, 49-52. Piirainen, LT. 1971. "Grapheme als quantitative Grössen," Ling. Berichte 13, 81-82. Poldauf, I. and K. Sprunk. 1968. Cestina jazyk cizί [Czech as a foreign lan­ guage], Prague.

1972. "The orthographic code of Spanish," Linguistics 82,23-51. Marcel, T. 1980. " In: Cognitive processes in spelling (Ed. by U. Frith), New York, 373-403. S. 1975. Vvedenie v jazykoznanie. Moscow. Nauclér, K. 1983. "Connections between spoken and written language: Evidence from three investigations on normal and pathological written performance," Journal of pragmatics 7, 595-602. Nerius, D. and J. ) 1980 Theoretische Probleme der deutschen Orthographie. Berlin. Penttilä, A. 1971. "Zur Grundlagenforschung der geschriebenen Sprache," Ling.

30 PETR SGALL The fact that the present English orthography does not make it possi­ ble to predict the spelling of a given phonemic string, is also stated by Deschamps (1982, 288), who presents a detailed account of "the logical cor­ respondence" between the graphemic level and a level of generative phonemics. Chomsky and Halle's claim that an orthography based on their under­ lying phonological representations would be optimal was critically analyzed already by Steinberg (1972), who found (on the basis of an experiment with 25 native speakers) that the 'vowel shift rule' is not productive in Modern English, and pointed out that it would be uneconomical to store lexical units in the supposed abstract forms.

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