On Mon, 27 Nov 2000 16:01:26 -0500 Vasiliy Chernov <[log in to unmask]> writes:
> 'Glottalized' is a feature more common for occlusives than for
> Glottalized affricates are more common than the respective
> fricatives. In
> particular, it seems that all Semitic langs that preserve the
> quality of their 'emphatics' realize [s'] as [t_s'] (which is often
> obscured by the traditional transcriptions modeled on Arabic).
> Glottalized stops are indeed different from clusters with glottal
Thanks for the directions!
I'm glad to know that i've been pronouncing those ejectives properly
But is there a difference between "glottalized" and "ejective"?
"you always did prefer the drizzle to the rain"