Re: Arveuneic - Part One
|From:||Dan Jones <feuchard@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, November 23, 2000, 17:29|
John Cowan kindly pointed out:
> On Tue, 21 Nov 2000, Dan Jones wrote:
> > e or é stands for the /E/ sound as in French 'été'. When e isunstressed,
> > its pronunciation tends to become /@/.
> > è stands for the /e/ sound: French 'belle'. About the same sound as in
> > English 'get'. When stressed, it is written ê.
> You have /e/ and /E/ reversed, I think.
I have at that, and consistently throughout the post. I hate ASCII IPA.
E souvein-te della veritát que se ja dissó,
And remember the truth that once was spoken,
Amer un autre es veder le visaic de Deu.
To love anonther person is to see the face of god.