Re: THEORY: Re : THEORY: Semivowels
|Date:||Friday, September 10, 1999, 16:48|
Herman Miller <hmiller@...> wrote:
> /snip/ The SAMPA symbol for
> the turned h is [H]. In my KPA notation I use [y"] for this sound (which
> occurs in Kirezagi and a few other of my languages).
I'm using [^] to mark palatal(ized) consonants in my "personal IPA"
for my 600-year-in-the-future descendent of Spanish, so I have
[t^ d^ l^] etc. And just to make it parallel, I use [w^] for the
rounded palatal semivowel. In actual spelling it doesn't appear;
<b'> or sometimes <v> is read like this when syllable-final.