Marvin Beachy wrote: I recently decided that using the grapheme "ng" for phoneme /ŋ/ was the right move for KS, despite my longstanding dislike of "ngg",firstname.lastname@example.org
On 12/9/2017 9:52 AM, Marvin Beachy marvin.beachy@... mailto:marvin.beachy@... [SAUNDSPEL] wrote: I recently decided that using the grapheme "ng"marvin.beachy
I recently decided that using the grapheme "ng" for phoneme /ŋ/ was the right move for KS, despite my longstanding dislike of "ngg", which I was thinkingmarvin.beachy
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