Re: Personal Conjugation based on Closeness
|From:||Andreas Johansson <andjo@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, April 3, 2003, 8:05|
Quoting Daniel Andreasson Vpc-Work <daniel.andreasson@...>:
> Andreas Johansson wrote:
> > More to the point, [r`] and [r\`] belongs to the same phoneme; which
> gets used
> > depends mostly on talking speed. OTOH, rendering the second "a" as
> schwa is
> > right out of the question.
> You actually have [r\`] or even [r`]?!?! I have [r\] in
> most places, and sometimes  or [r]. I always have the tap  after
> stops, (well almost in any case). "Andreas" would be [and4e:as]
> to me (with a grave pitch accent).
> I *never* have [r`] and I only have [r\`] when I speak English
> (or rather AmEng). [r`], isn't that the "l" of Dalarna? The
> retroflex flap?
Um, yes I have it if I understand the IPA correctly. It's approximant and trill
respectively at the same POA as the rt rd rn rs series.