|From:||Frank George Valoczy <valoczy@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, December 11, 2001, 22:24|
What is that URL again where I can loom at the Unicode Cyrillic chart?
I think there might be something missing from it, as I don't seem to
recall having seen the "A with circumflex" that is used in Serbian to
distinguish short [a] from long low level tone [a]. It is most commonly
seen in the word /da:/ (long low level tone), meaning "give" (3psg), and
even then only where it might be confused with /da/ "yes; that", such as
in the phrase "da se da" where the first "da" is short falling tone and
the second is long low level tone.
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