Re: Three Stop Series
|From:||Henrik Theiling <theiling@...>|
|Date:||Friday, June 10, 2005, 23:25|
Chris Bates <chris.maths_student@...> writes:
> Where S represents a stop, and C any consonant. THe protolang only
> distinguishes stops by POA... and I'm using ' wrongly to represent
> glottalization (not ejectives! Which are distinct... well, all ejectives
> are glottalized, but not all glottalized stops are ejectives) cause I
> don't know the X-SAMPA for glottalization.
I still fail to distinguish glottalised from plain -- a Korean tried
to teach me, but failed. I found it very strange that I could not
hear it, since I *know* there's a difference, so why can I not hear
Anyway -- there is no special diacritic for glottalisation. The use
of ejective seems ok. Of course, that would be _>, but ' is X-Sampa
for palatalisation and CXS for stress, so it's strange.
I've seen '*' for Korean consonants.