Re: Personal Conjugation based on Closeness
|From:||Jake X <starvingpoet@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, April 2, 2003, 21:40|
Okay, here goes:
> Quoting Jake X <starvingpoet@...>:
> > ['andr\e@s r\out]I meant [an'dre@s]. I don't think I ever said it [wIT D@ em'f&:s@s
an D@ r\O_@N sI'l&b@l].
> > > When you say it, I think this goes for all the few sets of twins
> > I've
> > known
> > > (which, oddly, all have been single-egg twins).
> > That may not be true. I have gone years knowing sets of fraternal
> > twins
> > without
> > knowing that about them, to be surprised later. They just assume you
> > know,
> > and you
> > just walk blindly.
> > At least I do.
> I'm fairly certain I've never known _a set_ of fraternal twins. It's ofcourse
> entirely possible that some people I've known not too well may have had
> fraternal twins (or even single-egg ones) I've never heard of.That's happened to me too. I was good friends with a guy once a whole
before I found out he had a twin sister.
> Interesting pronunciation of my name, anyways. Anglophones typicallysupply
> whatever phone they have in "man" for the first syllable; do you have [a]there?
> I do hope [e@] is not meant to be a diphthong!Of course not! I am not not an extradipthongophiliac. It just looked like
because I messed up and transcribed the stress wrong.