tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Wed May 22 00:33:07 2002
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Re: [KLBC] SISpu'
- From: Captain Krankor <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: [KLBC] SISpu'
- Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 00:33:02 -0400
> >From: "Captain Krankor" <email@example.com>
> >> It is interesting, though, that this is the one area that breaks the
> >> fundamentally phonetic nature of the writing system; I don't know anyone
> >> who, in actual practice, pronounces doubled consonants differently from
> >> single ones. Indeed, we have the conanical example of toDuj and toDDuj
> >> being pronounced identicaly.
> [I'll have to find and check my tape of ST3, but I don't think the words
> are "identical" between the two takes of the scene.]
> ja' SuStel:
> >I do! I pronounce doubled consonants longer than single consonants. I can
> >easily tell the difference, spoken, between /toDuj/ and /toDDuj/.
> nIvqu' SuStel QIch, SuStel teS je.
vaj loQ vuDwIj vIchoH. nIvHa' teSwIj 'e' chIDwI' wa'DIch jIH.
QIchmeyvam pImmoHlaw'taH nuvpu' 'ej vIQoybe'taH. SuStel, ghunchu'wI',
pImmoHbogh latlhpu' je vInaDbej. 'ach jIghelnIS: motlh'a' ghu'vam
pagh qub'a'? pImmoH jatlhwI'pu' 'ar?