- May 14 10:19 AMTeithant Alf:
>Are there other people who write French with a tehtar modeThe French tehta mode that I am most familiar with definitely does not
>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
follow traditional spelling; it is completely phonemic. In that mode,
nasal vowels are represent by placing the appropriate ómatehta over
the tengwa 'nwalme'. ('noldo' wold also be a logical choice, but in this
mode it is used for '-gn-' = [nj].) Ryszard Derdzinski's Polish mode
uses the 'a' and 'e' tehtar over the long carrier to represented the
nasalised versions of these vowels. I have seen about six different
Portuguese modes, but only two of them are tehta modes; those two handle
the nasal vowels the same as the French mode I spoke of before, i.e. the
appropriate tehtar over 'nwalme'.
Cuio mae, Danny.
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