jesse stephen bangs wrote:
> Huh? I've always thought that the curly-tailed [z] was the correct IPA
> symbol for the Spanish sound. It's a voiced palatal fricative, just
> barely different from the voiced palatal approximant [j]. I care because
> my conlang has a phonemic difference between them! Any more info on this?
The curly-tail-c (unvoiced) and curly-tail-z (voiced) are the Polish and
Mandarin sounds, which are marked by the tongue position: the tip is
behind the lower teeth.
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