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Part 2 continuation of "How does this phoneme inventory look?"

Well, learning the Cyrillic alphabet is an additional hurdle for people foreign to it, but not for people that are used to it already (so it depends on whom the conlang is marketed). The archaic and ...
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Syllabic plosives

ANADEW: Nuxalk aka Bella Coola is a natural language famous for its long chains of plosives. However, calling the plosives syllables in this case raises another question: Is syllable a term that is ...
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