Phonetics vs. Phonemics
|Date:||Thursday, February 23, 2006, 15:33|
Mark J. Reed wrote:
>On 2/23/06, John Vertical <johnvertical@...> wrote:
>>That reminds me - what's the most different allophones of a single phoneme
>>you know of (either qualitively or quantitively)?
>The most different-seeming to me are [h] and [f] for Japanese /h/, but
>those aren't all that far apart really.
Well, Spanish (and Gascon, I think) has an /f/>/h/ sound change, so it