|From:||David H <olen_outo_otus@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, July 29, 2004, 14:04|
I would like to know if any languages contrast between labialized consonant, and consonant + [w]. I know some African languages such as Amharic and Hausa use labialization, but they do not seem to contrast with consonant + [w]. I was also wondering, do most languages have anticipatory lip-rounding before [u] (and [o])?