Re: What are the Sampa representations for various |r|s?
|From:||Jonathyn Bet'nct <jonrelay@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, November 4, 2004, 4:26|
On Wednesday, November 3, 2004, at 07:27 PM, Sally Caves wrote:
> The retroflex "r." What I, an American, say in pronouncing "American."
> The final retroflex "r." What I, an American, say in pronouncing
> "car." Is
> there much difference? I feel that there is a minute one, maybe not
> to count.
It's either the same, or ` on the end of the vowel. Not quite sure.
> The flapped "r." What a Latina might say in pronouncing her name
> The voiced velar fricative.
> The velar trill.
According to IPA a velar trill is impossible.
> The retroflex flap, a sound I think I invented, which a Teonivar would
> when pronouncing "Erahenahil" [paradise]. I've given two detailed
> descriptions of that sound in a thread called "Usage: rhotics, etc."
> Is it
> invented or not?
> The alveolar flap (no retroflex), which is like the flapped Latin "r"
> articulated at the palate or post alveolar. What a Teonivar would say
> pronouncing "yry firrimby" ("me all grateful," or "thank you.")
BTW, what's the difference between, say, /r/ and [r]?
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