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Re: buffer vowel
la .iVAN. cusku di'e
> When I'm speaking Bulgarian, I always call the river that flows
> through London /'temza/. It's not that I find the /T/ sound hard
> to pronounce (and I have no problem saying /D@ 'TeImz/ when I'm
> speaking English), [...]
Am I missing some subtle joke here? As an iggerant American, I was always
taught that "Thames" in that context is /tEmz/, although there are towns
in the U.S. that are called /TeImz/.
John Cowan firstname.lastname@example.org
e'osai ko sarji la lojban.