Le Cavallero wrote:
>> This is how it should be: let's mark all the voiced
>> consonants with -a and unvoiced consonants with -o.
>> So that: ba po da to va fo (vs. be pe de te ve fe)?
>> The chance of misunderstanding would reduce highly,
> This strikes me as very reasonable.
> Can you please give a suggestion for a full alphabet, including the
> more problematic letters, like x, y, h?
Thanks! I cannot give you a presentation of the full alphabet, because it is not clear to me what kind of phonemes some of the letters would represent. For example, is c ts or k, and what are the roles of j and y.
The sistem I presented is a part of my very own (unfinished) language project (don't we all have our own projects?), and its alphabet is very much different to those presented. I just wanted to give a little aid in recognising the voiced and unvoiced sounds, because I didn't even know that they have some sort of connection until I read a book about phonemics two years ago.
Anyhow letters like h y and x might be marked with -e (he, ye kse). What still remains and puzzles me are the letters like m n l and r which are clearly voiced sounds, but they don't have any unvoiced counterparts. Should they be also marked with -a or rather with -e???
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