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At 11:59 2001-09-27 -0400, Vasiliy Chernov wrote:

> >This is the normal situation in all Germanic lgs except Dutch and
> >Afrikaans, i.e there is a aspirated fortis vs. unaspirated lenis
> >contrast.
>
>Does this mean that Dutch and Afrikaans don't aspirate stops, or their
>voiced stops are fortes, or fully voiced?

Voiced stops aren't aspirated, and voiced stops are fully voiced.

/BP 8^)>
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