Re: CHAT: Measurements (was: Re: CHAT: browsers)
|Date:||Tuesday, February 18, 2003, 3:48|
On Tue, 2003-02-18 at 07:34, Christophe Grandsire wrote:
> a, oa, u before |fd| (ufd is pronounced [ag] or [&g])
See, I think my greatest problem is that I spend too much time here. Now
I feel like creating a etabnannimous (hah, take that anyone who was
still pronouncing it with an /e/ at the start!) orthography that has
lots of NOTs floating around: <fd>=/g/ because the point of articulation
that is not in <f> and not in <d> is velar.
> > /j/ j, y
> ih, ij
> NOTE: Maggel has phonemic palatalisation.
As opposed to non-phonemic palatisation? How do can you get that one? Or
do you mean that /pj/ and /p_j/ are different phonemes?
Oh, and on a vaguely related note, are the pronunciations at
<http://www.ling.hf.ntnu.no/ipa/full/> proper? I can hear things
happening with all the other groups, but the palatals group sounds like
various interesting things done with the alveolars (like [c] sounds like
[tS] and [J\] or [J] like [d_j] or [n_j]). Or am I just randomly hearing
them in English?