147725Re: Brr (was: Re: A few questions about linguistics concerning my new project)
- Aug 2, 2007Henrik Theiling wrote:
> Hi!It is worth noting that it's only *argued* that the syllable structure
> Philip Newton writes:
>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vertical_vowel_system ;
> One of the languages listed there, Arrernte, has prestopped nasals. I
> like that, too. It seems to go well with the syllable structure of
> VC(C). I wonder whether for a more onset-oriented speaker, this
> language would sound spoken backward... :-)
is VC(C). My phonology teacher at uni last year, who worked with
aboriginal languages, did not with the idea (but she was rushing through
the end of a lecture and didn't get a chance to elaborate on it).
Still, this looks like another scary language...
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