craig at agantavas.org
Wed Jul 27 14:29:42 IST 2011
Some members of the signage panel try to use 'half-length' to justify
some of their arguments. Leaving KG out of it, I say to them, "But
what is half-length? I don't hear any in your speech - can you
demonstrate? What's the evidence for it?" - and the answers get
avoided like the plague. They've been fed it, believe it, don't
understand it and don't bother using it - except to sway an argument.
On 27 Gor 2011, at 14:12, nicholas williams wrote:
> Fiction! There is no half-length in Revived Cornish. Hardly any
> speaker of RMC has any idea what half-length means.
> Go on to Nowodhow an Seythen some time, Dan, and make a note if you
> hear half-length anywhere.
> Quite apart from that we want to avoid anything that separates RMC
> and RLC speakers.
> On 2011 Gor 26, at 13:54, Daniel Prohaska wrote:
>> The SWF/M form <gwiw> has /gwiw/ which is pronounced [gwiˑʊ],
>> while SWF/M <byw> is /bɪw/ pronounced [beˑʊ].
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