Re: Italian velars and palatals, was: English syllable structure
|Date:||Friday, December 7, 2001, 11:34|
> > So "che" and "chi" are read /tSe/ and /tSi/? How do they distinguishfrom
> > "ce" and "ci"?
> Or to put it another way: have they no way to spell /ke, ki/ ?
/ke/ would be che. They really do not not say /ki/ in this dialect.
My mum learnt standard Italian at school. We happened to have Italian
neighbours, but she spent ages trying to learn their dialect.
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