|From:||Kristian Jensen <kljensen@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, February 24, 2000, 19:58|
BP Jonsson wrote:
>Are you saying that [D=] can be *stressed*? I guess "Peter" would only get
>secondary stress here anyway.
In fast speech it can happen. At least for me. Otherwise, I'd use a
more 'conventional' vowel.
>I also know a Danish Peter who insists that his name is ['p_hed_0.A] rather
>than ['p_heD=.A], since it is not spelled "Peder". I'm trying to
>transcribe his actual pronunciation as I hear it. I don't know if the two
>of you have different pronunciations, or if the two of us have different
>transcription habits! :-)
Eeh gads!! Its *Peter* Ladefoged, NOT *Peder*! My mistake.
As for transcription. Danish aspirated stops are just as
lax as the non-aspirated stops, hence the transcription of
/p/ as [b_h] with a voiceless [b].