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En réponse à Alexandre Lang :

> >
>Shouldn't the glottal constriction be phonemic in the IPA though? It's
>still phonetic, isn't it?

Not really. It's just a physiological thing, so has neither phonetic nor 
phonemic value. Writing [aa] implies it enough. And if you want to be 
extremely precise, you can always use the "syllable break" sign [.] (i.e. 
write [a.a]).

Christophe Grandsire.

http://rainbow.conlang.free.fr

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