I'm thinking of something /ø/-like.Nortaneous wrote:It's a low front rounded vowel. (rounded /a/)Skomakar'n wrote:Unless this symbol doesn't represent the sound I think it does, I do. I'll record it later.Nortaneous wrote:holy shit, you have [&]? I always figured that didn't really show up in natlangs for whatever reasonSkomakar'n wrote:såg - /so:g/ - [s&:g] - søg - a saw
snön - /sn2n:/ - [sJ&n] - snjø(e)n - the snow
Don't come here and tell me you've never heard a Swedish/Norwegian dialect with only retroflex l.rickardspaghetti wrote:Skomakar'n, this is a speech impediment, not an idiolect. Visit a speech pedagog.Nortaneous wrote:awesomeAs far as I know, not one single l coming out of my mouth isn't retroflex. I am pretty sure they all are.Nortaneous wrote:anyway where the fuck did all those [l`] come from?
I don't mean that I can't pronounce an l that isn't retroflex. I obviously don't speak English with them retroflex, and I don't imitate people from Stockholm with them retroflex, and I don't speak Icelandic with them retroflex, and so on.