Re: onomatopeyics in conlangs
|From:||Nik Taylor <fortytwo@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, November 21, 1998, 6:36|
Eric Christopherson wrote:
> Also, in this area [Southern Wisconsin] we seem to pronounce "long I"
> as [^i] before unvoiced consonants and [ai] elsewhere (although there
> are some exceptions), and also "ar" is pronounced [^r] before unvoiced
> consonants and [ar] elsewhere.
Interesting. I'd heard about the "long i" thing in regards to Canadian
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