Re: new lang idea . . .
|From:||Andreas Johansson <and_yo@...>|
|Date:||Friday, November 29, 2002, 14:07|
Christophe Grandsire wrote:
> Speaking of [x\] and similars, are there any languages
> > beside
> > certain misguided variants of Swedish that actually use [x\] or other
> > "double" fricatives? X-SAMPA appears not to have symbols for any
> > others.
>They can be rendered at will with the tie bar (as it's done with doubly
>articulated stops like [k_p] or with affricates [t_S]). Why does IPA have a
>single sign specifically for that one by the way? (or is it a fossil from
>earlier versions of IPA, which did have separate signs for affricates for
It might be presicely because aforementioned misguided varieties of Swedish,
where it's phonemic. Are there any languages that distinguish between
affricate and stop plus fricative within the same morpheme?
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