Three-Way Contrast of Secondary Articulations in PIE
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Thu Mar 29 22:25:50 UTC 2001
Dear Stanley and IEists:
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From: "Stanley Friesen" <sarima at friesen.net>
Sent: Saturday, March 24, 2001 8:32 AM
>> Or, if /i/ and /u/ are phonemic vowels, what would be the
>> zero-grade form of a Ci/u(C) syllable?
> The same as the zero grade of a CeC syllable - CC.
Easily said but more difficult to illustrate with an actual credible example.
But, I am willing to learn. Do you have one?
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