Re: CPA - An ASCII-based phonetic alphabet
|From:||Lars Henrik Mathiesen <thorinn@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, November 18, 2001, 23:34|
> Date: Sat, 17 Nov 2001 23:03:04 -0000
> From: And Rosta <a.rosta@...>
> I got lots of square boxes, but I changed the font to Lucida sans &
> get IPA. This was a major pain in the arse to do, tho. This is with
> Outlook 2000 under Win 98. Unfortunately HTML format totally fucks
> everything up, so it's totally impractical to use this as default.
> Lars Henrik Mathiesen
> Sent: 17 November 2001 00:03
> [ˈθɪsɪsˌɔ lɪəkɔ̃ˈpɫɑɪɘ̃sˌtʰɛsθɛn].
> "This is only a compliance test then", in US pronunc. Two blanks
> between turned c and l (i,e, UN missing from "only"). A box
> between velarized l and the small cap I (i). Nasalization
> diacritics successfully over cOMpliANce.
Well, I wasn't trying for US pron., as the confusion of one US
respondent should bear witness. The box is weird, that should just
have been a script a (X-SAMPA /A/).
> I'd guessed this said "does this work" (d*****w*k), but it seems
> to say "Did it work" (in US pronunc).
Indeed, but the same comment applies. You've heard me speaking
English, And, am I really that Americanized?
Lars Mathiesen (U of Copenhagen CS Dep) <thorinn@...> (Humour NOT marked)