|From:||Mark J. Reed <markjreed@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, February 3, 2009, 14:10|
No such thing as a "late" reply on CONLANG, where threads are
immortal. Especially YA?PT's. :)
I've learned a lot about português pronunciation. I'm still confused
about the <ang> though. Is there a [N] anywhere, or is it pronounced
the same as if it were spelled <ãg>?
On 2/3/09, Henrik Theiling <theiling@...> wrote:
> Falcata Lusa writes:
>> In European Portuguese, my mother tongue, I'd say:
>> [toduz uz aNglOfunuS s@~u~ buRuS] and probably change [t] for [t_d],
>> [d] for [d_d], and all [u] for [U] but I'm not sure about the xsampa
>> Regarding "word final s" we have the values [S], [z], [Z], before word
>> initial voiceless consonant or pause, before vowels, and before voiced
>> consonants, respectively. Final /s/ is never [s] in European
> I see, thank you! So -s+s- does not fuse in Europe.
>> Sorry for this late response, but I've been quite busy lately.
> No problem, it was very helpful for me!
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