Re: Writing glottalized consonants in X-Sampa
|From:||Estel Telcontar <estel_telcontar@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, January 3, 2004, 16:22|
Joe ha tera a:
> Mark J. Reed wrote:
> > Robert Jung wrote:
> > > How do you write glottalized consonants in X-Sampa? (...)
> > What does "glottalized" even mean? I know from pharyngealized . .. o
> > -Mark
> Ejective, I believe.
Not quite. Ejectives are a subset of glottalized consonants. Some
glottalized consonants are ejectives; others have an accompanying
glottal constriction but not ejective airflow. I don't know too much
about it, but I think some types of English have (non-ejective)
glottalized voiceless stops syllable-finally.
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