Many cases have been documented of infixation of a copy of the initial consonant
after the first vowel, as in Hopi (Riggle 2006), Pima and Tohono O'odham (e.
Like in Estonian, Votic and Karelian, gradation of the stops following a voiceless consonant
is known in Ingrian, too.
For this, we developed the linguistic blocks, having standard root base and a set of flexions with different complexities and conditions of consonant
Following earlier studies, Eilers (1907: 4) obviously argues that double consonant
graphemes in MS Junius 1 usually mark short vowels.
m/, /n/, /l/, and /r/) occur in leading and coda syllable positions, /h/ occurs only as a leading consonant
, and /[eta]/ only as a coda.
It is pronounced as [b] if it occurs intevocalically or after a nasal consonant
as in (19 b-c).
A comparative analysis of phonological acquisition of consonants
in the speech of 2;5-6 year old Xhosa- and English-speaking children.
sounds of English, however, can occur in the coda and strings of consonants
in the coda are common as in ilk or apt.
For every word item, this study specifically looked at the frequency of the number of syllables, the syllable types, the consonant
grapheme types, and the vowel types represented.
Our approach is to classify a given unknown character into its base consonant
class using one decision tree and then into a specific vowel mark class using the second decision tree.
Although Kiswahili does not frequently have consonant
clusters, when they occur they are to be found at the beginning of words or syllables.
After more than 4,750 shows and countless vowels and consonants
, the television star is finally hanging up her chunky black marker.