I think that's /a/, not necessarily [a], and all /a/ really means in this case is "a phonemic low vowel of some sort".dhokarena56 wrote:I read somewhere that [a] was a sound in every language. But now I have nagging doubts...
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- Fri Jul 14, 2006 1:41 am
- Forum: L&L Museum
- Topic: Weird phrases from real languages
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I always that that this french form of the verb "louer" was crazy: loueait. orthographically, yes, but not phonetically. not sure how to pronounce it, though... An impossible form: it'd had to be "louerait" (conditional) or (louait) You can have all 5 vowels with less letters: o...