Re: Voicing Continuum (was: Linguistic Terminology)
|From:||Kristian Jensen <kljensen@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, January 5, 1999, 21:15|
Adam Walker wrote:
>I sketched a sound system like this once. I started with /tS/.
>Then added /ts/ and /dZ/ and /dz/. I kept adding different
>affricates till I couldn't think of any more ways to move my tongue
>the I started with palatalized stops like /tj/, /kj/, /dj/, /gj/
>and palatalized affricates and labialized some of them and added
>highly aspirated stops and glottalized affricates and stops. I
>never did get around to vowels, but what a jumble of aditorily
>similar sounds I had psuedo-discribed!
With that many POAs, you probably only need one vowel.