Re: C-IPA underlying principles and methods
|From:||Isaac A. Penzev <isaacp@...>|
|Date:||Friday, February 28, 2003, 6:43|
Hi, Andreas! You wrote:
> May I point out that [T] (and IPA theta) is used to indicate both
> interdental and dental sounds? Dental vs interdental [T] is apparently not
> contrasting in any language (which is why they only get onerepresentation),
> but audibly different. I can produce dental "T" and dental "s" at the same
> PoA; I can also produce alveolar "s" and interdental "T".
Phonetics is not my strong point, but can you explain in more details, how
can it be?