Re: NATLANG ruki-rule in Slavic, Scandinavian languages, Danish
|From:||Isidora Zamora <isidora@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, August 20, 2003, 22:40|
At 11:32 PM 8/20/03 +0400, you wrote:
> > It helps to know the correspondance rules between Swedish and Danish
> > orthography and between Danish orthography and pronunciation.
>Well, the former are more or less quite straightfordward, to my
>understanding. I also have the latter in a book, but still can't make
>head or tail of it. Anyway, there are, as I understand, several norms of
>course - thus, some people distinguish _nagle_ and _navle_ and some
>dont, i.e. both are more or less [nawl@].
I had no idea that these two could even be prounounced differently! (But
what do I know, I'm en udlaending.)
>Yes, and don't forget the West and South Jutland Danish, with _æ mand_,
>_æ kuen_, _æ bå'n_ for _manden_, _konen_, _barnet_.
I am not certain that I would even be able to recognize that as Danish!