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In certain French words, an orthgraphically-final consonant is unpronounced except, in certain environments, when it precedes a vowel. This phenomenon, liaison, shows significant interactions with several other patterns in French (including h-aspiré, schwa deletion, and the presence of other morphemes in the liaison context). We present a learning algorithm that acquires a grammar that accounts for these patterns and their interactions. The learned grammar employs Gradient Symbolic Computationdoi:10.3765/amp.v8i0.4680 fatcat:k6jsnteysbaczhfq57n3uarotu