|From:||Tristan Alexander McLeay <anstouh@...>|
|Date:||Friday, November 2, 2001, 3:57|
At 10.36 p.m. 1.11.2001 -0500, you wrote:
>Could somebody clarify what [o] and [O] are supposed to
>represent? I know the IPA, but I'm not sure about
>the "e-mail text" version that's being used here.
[o] is just an o, the rounded close-mid back vowel, the first component of
the General American diphthong /ou/. [O] is a back-to-front c, the rounded
open-mid back vowel, as in the vowel in British /sO:/, 'saw'/'sore'.