Re: LONG: Latest Wenetaic Stuff
|From:||Tom Wier <artabanos@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, October 30, 1999, 0:13|
Nik Taylor wrote:
> FFlores wrote:
> > Could be -- or maybe you can have both [C] and [x], depending on
> > whether the following sounds are front or back? For example, [C]
> > before [p] and [t], [x] before [k]?
> More reasonable would be depending on previous vowel, so that /ik_hta/
> would be [iCta], while /uk_hta/ would be [uxta]
Right -- in German, the allophones of /x/ are:
[C] when following a front vowel, and
[x] when following a back vowel.
It doesn't occur *before* any vowels, so that doesn't come into