Re: Chinese whispers game - A Question
|From:||Sai Emrys <saizai@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, February 28, 2009, 0:24|
On Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 2:05 PM, Gary Shannon <fiziwig@...> wrote:
>> /alveopalatal/ -> _i(alveolar)_ in all contexts - i.e. /S/, /Z/, /tS/,
>> /dZ/ -> _is_, _iz_, _it_, _id_ respectively
Yes. ("Ise" though should preserve its original vowel sound for e)
I left it ambiguous whether this is merely a spelling change or a
phonetic shift as well (from /S/ to /Is/); I think my original intent
was just the former, but I'm okay with either interpretation. Feel
free to decide that detail yourself.
Looks right to me.
Hope this means you liked my recast of your idea. ;-)
> I thought it might be interesting to apply these changes to the corpus I use
> on my "Anglosic" web page <http://fiziwig.com/anglosic/index.php>.
> to do so I need to be sure I understand the intent of each rule. Does "in all
> contexts" imply that, for example, "judge" becomes "iduid"? Does "she" ->
> "ise"? "should" -> "isould"? "gracious" -> "graisious"? "shoes" -> "isoes"?