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Previous IPA Question Revisited

From:Steg Belsky <draqonfayir@...>
Date:Wednesday, January 13, 1999, 19:34
Hi, i didn't get a full answer last time, so i'm just repeating myself to
see if anyone can help.

Now i know that the "chinese {x}" sound is represented in IPA by the
"looped C", and that it's voiced equivalent is the "looped Z".
And the ones with T and D attached are the affricate versions?

So what are the symbols for the versions of these sounds that sound more
like /s/ and /z/ than /S/ and /Z/ ?


-Stephen (Steg)

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