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--- JS Bangs <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Garth Wallace sikyal:
>
> > JS Bangs wrote:
> > > Mark J. Reed sikyal:
> > >
> > > Furthermore, most languages have exactly one
> rhotic
> >
> > Is this a universal, or are there some languages
> with more than one?
>
> I have read about a South American language with a
> distinction between
> trilled and approximant r's. However, such languages
> are pretty rare.
>

And of course Rhotic dialects of English have two
rhotics in complementary distribution.

Adam

> --
> Jesse S. Bangs [log in to unmask]
> http://students.washington.edu/jaspax/
> http://students.washington.edu/jaspax/blog
>
> Jesus asked them, "Who do you say that I am?"
>
> And they answered, "You are the eschatological
> manifestation of the ground
> of our being, the kerygma in which we find the
> ultimate meaning of our
> interpersonal relationship."
>
> And Jesus said, "What?"


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