Re: sampa question
|From:||Eric Christopherson <rakko@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, March 4, 2008, 21:23|
---- "Jörg Rhiemeier" <joerg_rhiemeier@...> wrote:
> On Tue, 4 Mar 2008 00:40:23 -0500, Reilly Schlaier wrote:
> > how would one go about writing a double articulation of [t] and [?]
> ... brought to you by the Weeping Elf
I don't think ) is used in SAMPA, or even X-SAMPA for that matter, AFAIK. [t?)]
is CXS; I think you could use [t_?] in X-SAMPA, but I haven't seen anything
about SAMPA being able to transcribe coarticulation.
I've been wondering something -- is there a difference between a sound with a
coarticulated glottal stop and an ejective or implosive? I seem to recall
reading somewhere that consonants could be glottalized without necessarily
being ejectives or implosives.
Reilly, if you mean an ejective [t], it would be [t_>] in X-SAMPA or CXS. For
implosive [t] (which is rarer than implosive [d] but still possible), [t_<].