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Re: French

From:Israel Noletto <israelnoletto@...>
Date:Saturday, January 24, 2009, 14:04
>[...]so I have a simple question: the final -s, how is it >pronounced before an initial s-? Is it a (long) [s] or [Ss]? That's >the -s s- in that phrase: > > anglófonos são > >I'd assume the rest is: > > [toduz uz aNglOfunu(???) saU)~ buRuS]
The final 's' and the initial 's' are usually pronounced as a single 's', in my variety (Brazilian Piauiense) and in most Brazilian varieties it's always pronounced as a single 's', therefore [toduz uz a~´glOfonu sa~w ´buRus] although your transcription of European Portuguese is also correct. Viel Spaß beim Lernen ;) Israel Noletto


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