- May 14 8:16 AMHi
Are there other people who write French with a tehtar
mode which does not follow traditional spelling? Or
Polish, or Portuguese, or other languages with nasal
vowels? My question is: What solutions have you found
to express these nasal vowels?
I use (for French) modifications of the "regular"
tehtar for e, o, a and from the tehta I use to
represent the French eu-sound (which is actually the
Sindarin u-tehta): to each of these tehtar, I attach a
little line which is meant to be understood as derived
from the tehta for preceding -n- (the bar upon a
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