tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Mon Mar 18 18:40:35 2002

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RE: question's

> I know that '  is a stop in sound sort of like smalll tsu is in
> Japanese.  How does that work when the   '  is at the beginning
> of a word, especially if the sentance starts with that word?

When you say a word in english starting with a vowel, you are including a '.

Say "english".  Feel that puff in you throat as you start the word?  You are
saying 'englIS, sort of.

> I'm curious how to know what syllable of a word would be the
> accented syllable in tlhIngan Hol.

TKD p17

DloraH, BG

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