Re: another (phonolgy) question
|From:||Danny Wier <dawier@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, April 1, 1999, 22:04|
>What do you mean by "aspirated vowels"? Do you mean voiceless vowels?
>There are some natlangs that have that phonemically, altho I can'tthink
>of any examples right now. Japanese has it allophonically with /i/ and
>/u/. I don't know the rules exactly, but it only occurs between
Basically, it's unstressed short /i/ and /u/ (which is of course
unrounded), and yes, probably more likely next to voiceless consonants.
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