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Re: Phonology Paper Released

> > As a result, the Lojban design allows the use of a buffer sound
> > between consonant combinations which a speaker finds unpronounceable.
> > This sound may be any non-Lojbanic vowel which is clearly separable
> > by the listener from the Lojban vowels. Some possibilities are IPA
> > [I], [+], [U], or even [Y], but there probably is no universally
> Hmm, I don't think [Y] is acceptable. It's a rounded variant of [i],

Well, no.  [Y] is a rounded variant of [I]; [y] is the rounded variant of [i].

John Cowan					cowan@ccil.org
		e'osai ko sarji la lojban.