Re: The Salish sentence
|Date:||Sunday, January 4, 2004, 18:52|
Robert Jung wrote:
Those weird symbols most likely are the orthography. Salish language
can have some very strange phonologies.
> At www.indiana.edu/~gasser/L503/phonology.html
> "iai uou aia uee ao aua aia ie
> "`They had two flowers and four sails.' (Kiribatese)
> "`then he had had in his possession a bunchberry plant' (Bella Coola)"
> Could someone give me the correct Salish sentence (word), in the
> orthography? I got it with some weird symbols (optional hyphen...) in
> those PDF files.