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- allophone, such as the neutral tone in Standard Mandarin. There are many allophonic processes in English: lack of plosion, nasal plosion, partial devoicing...
- Athabaskan languages. In Umbundu, phonemic /ṽ/ contrasts with the (allophonically) nasalized approximant [w̃] and so is likely to be a true fricative...
- a.ad.vil.eb] "you will facilitate it". Stress is often reinforced by allophonic vowel length, especially when it is lexical. For example, French long...
- of north Algeria, Iraq, and most of the Arabian peninsula but with an allophonic [ʒ] in some positions; [ʒ] occurs in most of the Levant and most of North...
- phonemic and others allophonic. The changes can be summed as follows: Zulu has tonic ****imilation: high tones tend to spread allophonically to following low-tone...
- Palatalization has varying phonological significance in different languages. It is allophonic in English, but phonemic in others. In English, consonants are palatalized...
- between plosive (or affricate) and fricative, the voiced ones alternate allophonically (i.e. without phonemic contrast) between plosive and approximant pronunciations...
- languages, Old Norse vowel length was lost, and vowel length became allophonically determined by syllable structure, with long vowels occurring when followed...
- and thirty three consonants. For the Vedic Sanskrit, it has two more allophonic consonantal characters (the intervocalic ळ ḷa, and ळ्ह ḷha). To communicate...
- and is best analysed as belonging to the /iː/ phoneme. /eː/ has a huge allophonic variation. Contrary to most other accents of England, the /eː/ vowel covers...
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