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--- Danny Wier <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> From: "Garth Wallace" <gwalla@...>
>
> > Danny Wier wrote:
>
> > > Considering Korean is spoken by so many
> millions, and it's the language
> of
> > > two republics and one of the world's largest
> cities, I can't believe
> they
> > > can't decide on how 'tense' consonants are
> pronounced. We had a native
> > > Korean speaker on the list years ago, and I
> can't remember her name, but
> she
> > > said something about these being pronounced with
> glottal tension but not
> > > ejectivity, and that these consonants may also
> be voiced. These
> consonants
> > > do correspond to Middle Chinese voiced
> aspirates, by the way.

Wouldn't that be more or less like creaky-voice?
Perhaps somewhere between creaky and modal.



	
		
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