[Spellyans] The sound of r
eddie_climo at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Dec 13 14:49:17 GMT 2013
An gwyr a leversys, sos, del welsyn pup huny.
On 13 Dec 2013, at 14:44, "Lowe Jenefer" <jlowe at cornwall.gov.uk> wrote:
> I was responding to the post about Radyo an Gernewegva, not anything else.
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> From: Spellyans [mailto:spellyans-bounces at kernowek.net] On Behalf Of Eddie Climo
> Sent: 13 December 2013 13:24
> To: Standard Cornish discussion list
> Subject: Re: [Spellyans] The sound of r
> You make a good point, Jennifer, and it's certainly valid for everyday use of the language, as we hear it in 'Radyo an Gernewegva', for instance, or at a Yeth an Weryn, where ordinary Kernwegoryon are chatting or reciting.
> However, those who set themselves up as role models for others--teachers, writers, lexicographers, creators of text books and teaching resources, editors, and the like--for them, we must expect a higher standard. Speaking as a writer and publisher, that's one of my main aspirations (no matter how flawed the execution might be).
> And that's the standard by which this KDL lesson audio file must be judged:
> On RanG or in the pub, it would be inappropriate to voice harsh criticism of such pronunciation; but if I were to publish anything as erroneus as that, not only would it be doing learners a favour to lambast it publicly, but also it would be doing me a favour to point out the error of my ways.
> So I say, "Kesva, KDL--rak meth dheugh a dhyllo ha scodhya neppyth mar gam!"
> Eddie Climo
> On 13 Dec 2013, at 12:41, "Lowe Jenefer" <jlowe at cornwall.gov.uk> wrote:
>> May I also point out that when confronted with a microphone, even the best of speakers will often falter – in any language! For myself I would rather hear someone speaking naturally and with some questionable pronunciations thrown in, than hear someone who is so careful about trying to stick to an aspirational pronunciation (of whatever persuasion) that they lose all semblance of fluency.
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