Re: / / vs [ ]
|From:||Philip Newton <philip.newton@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, January 6, 2002, 19:15|
On 5 Jan 02, at 15:57, Steven W. Lytle wrote:
> In a message dated 2002-01-05 2:55:46 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> Philip.Newton@GMX.NET writes:
> > Or even by the
> > fact that a final /t/ can turn into a medial /d/ when an ending is
> > added.
> you've got it backwards. the (phoneme) [d] is pronounced as /t/ when final.
> when the [d] isn't final, it's pronounced as /d/.
OK, you've convinced me now. But you have your slashes and your
brackets reversed :)
("/d/ is pronounced as [t] when final" etc. would be correct AIUI.)
Philip Newton <Philip.Newton@...>