Which are so common in natural languages.Gesithan wrote:It's easy to produce linguolabials. You just stick the tip of your tongue on the bottom of your upper lip, except for the linguolabial trill, which you are probably familiar with as "blowing a raspberry". I mean really, it couldn't be any easier, and it's just as exotic as aspirated tense semivoiced lateral postuvular affricates.
Take a wild guess. How common are uvular affricates in any language?Gesithan wrote:Is Talib sarcastically referring to the "easy linguolabials", which are so common in natural languages", or is he reffering to aspirated tense semivoiced lateral postuvular affricates, and he is trying to tell me that those, are in fact, not exotic at all and occur regularly?
Completely arbitrary, or based on something?Though I personally would probably use seperate letters for linguolabials, such as Ȣȣ, Φφ, Ƣƣ, Λʌ for [n], [θ[, [t, and [l respectively.
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