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phonology_and_orthography [2018/08/26 15:19]
ob [Decisions made so far]
phonology_and_orthography [2019/04/18 10:06]
ob [Vowels] three values of E
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     * unused letter, e.g. **c** like in Lojban or **x** like in Catalan and Portuguese?     * unused letter, e.g. **c** like in Lojban or **x** like in Catalan and Portuguese?
     * diacritic symbol on another letter, e.g. **ŝ** like in Esperanto?     * diacritic symbol on another letter, e.g. **ŝ** like in Esperanto?
-    * **sc**, ​with isolated **c** //either// not defined //​or// ​representing ​unused [x]?+    * **sc**, ​where additionally an isolated **c** is //either// not defined //​or// ​represents the unused [x]?
     * **sj**? (would have the mildly adverse effect of blurring the distinction between [ʃ] and [sj]).     * **sj**? (would have the mildly adverse effect of blurring the distinction between [ʃ] and [sj]).
   * [x ~ χ] ([ç] as well???)?   * [x ~ χ] ([ç] as well???)?
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 A controversial subject is the question about long and short vowels: A controversial subject is the question about long and short vowels:
 +  * Remark: The vowel E has three values, i.e. long, short, and schwa. It must be decided whether - and how - the short value and the schwa are to be distinguished.
  
 == Variant 0a: No distinction == == Variant 0a: No distinction ==
phonology_and_orthography.txt · Last modified: 2019/04/20 10:27 by ob