Re: Another Orthography Question
|Date:||Saturday, November 21, 1998, 19:22|
Od: Frank George Valoczy <valoczy@...>
Do: Multiple recipients of list CONLANG <CONLANG@...>
Data: 19 listopada 1998 03:44
Temat: Another Orthography Question
>Okay. I'm back active after a long time.
>I've begun wotking on a new language, whose Anglicised name is Quryak.
>I'm developing the phonology tright now, but I need some help. I want t=o
>know what are the IPA/SAMPA for (IE, how to show in ASCII)
>o-slash (computer, how?)
>inverted lower case e (again, how to show in ascii)(NOT schwa!)
>voiced interdental fricative
>voiceless " "
>voiced velar fricative
>voiced welsh "ll"
>voiceledd welsh "ll"
>voiced strident apico-alveolar fricative trill (Czech r-hachek)
>voiceless palatal stop (IPA [c])
>voiced palatal stop (IPA barred undotted j)
>IPA inverted w
>clicks: Zulu x
>click: Zulu q
>Once I have all these, I can give some examples.
>Beyond that, the other sounds:
>a & e i I o o-slash u y inverted-e
>all of which can occur nasalised
>Consonants (in no particular order)
>voiceless palatal stop
>voiced palatal stop
>glottal stop (some Canadian Native langs use 7)
>Zulu q (click)
>Zulu x (click)
what about it:
a few IPA->ASCII transcriptions