Looks pretty good to me. I only noticed two things in regards of phonology. Allophone are written within squared brackets , the slashes // are used for phonemes; and the RP pronunciation of <sew> is /səʊ/, not /sɛʊ/, so I'm not sure if it's a good example for your /ɛʊ/ diphthong. It may be better if you use Australian [æʊ] in <town> or <now> since /æ/ is, I think, closer to /ɛ/ than to /ə/. Oh, and the glottal stop occurs only dialectally in RP, not as a standard pronounciation, or in Cockney, for example.razlem wrote:Finally finished this damned grammar guide.
Now I just need critiquing. If anyone would like to go through it and tell me what they think, that would be fantastic
I only noticed two things in regards of phonology. Allophone are written within squared brackets , the slashes // are used for phonemes
For words like that, especially when they've been borrowed into a lot of languages, you might use "international" or something similar.razlem wrote:"allergy", for example, uses Greek roots, but was coined by an Austrian doctor in 1906. Would it be accurate to say the Angos root 'alegi' is a Greek root?
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