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Re: Palatalized / Labialized consonants

From:Tristan Mc Leay <kesuari@...>
Date:Friday, July 9, 2004, 13:02
Isaac Penzev wrote:

> I assure you it is alive and flourishing, and very easily made if you > remember that /j/ in Russian (and esp. in Ukrainian) is a *consonant*, > not a semi-vowel (at least under this phonetic condition). /"p;ati\j/ > "fifth" and /"p;jani\j/ "drunk" sound ver-r-ry differently in their > anlaut.
Could I trouble you (or anyone else, or the Internet if anyone's better at search the web for sound files then me) for some recordings, please? [Of all four, if possible.] -- C:I'm sick of hearing about personal responsibility! / Inevitable I've already *done* my part to make the world a / Indisputable better place to live. / Ruler of H:Really? / the World, C:Sure! I was *born*! / H:Oh yes, I forgot to thank you. / Tristan.* C:Join the club! / --- Calvin and Hobbes / kesuari at yahoo!