Difference between revisions of "Lojban e Português. Sons."

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v v
 
v v
 
x rrr
 
x rrr
y Cid<u>a</u>, sêc<u>a</u>, pec<u>a</u>, pac<u>a</u>, col<u>a</u>, Lol<u>a</u>, lut<u>a</u>, quas<u>e</u>, '''gy''' - ma<u>g</u>ma (brasileiro); noit<u>e</u>, tard<u>e</u>, p<u>e</u>cado, p<u>e</u>rgunta (português do Portugal), c<u>a</u>ma, m<u>a</u>ma, f<u>ã</u>, hortel<u>ã</u> (paulistano, sulista)
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y Cid<u>a</u>, sêc<u>a</u>, pec<u>a</u>, pac<u>a</u>, col<u>a</u>, Lol<u>a</u>, lut<u>a</u>, quas<u>e</u>, '''gy''' - ma<u>g</u>ma (brasileiro);<br/>noit<u>e</u>, tard<u>e</u>, p<u>e</u>cado, p<u>e</u>rgunta (português do Portugal);<br/>c<u>a</u>ma, m<u>a</u>ma, f<u>ã</u>, hortel<u>ã</u> (paulistano, sulista)
 
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z z
 
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Latest revision as of 07:25, 19 February 2016

Portuguese has some issues which may muck things up:

  1. Sequences such as VnC and VmC cause the vowel to nasalize and the /m to disappear. Try, e.g. "baanndo" or "baanndu".
  2. Unstressed vowels tend to get raised. You may need to try things like "eh" and "oh" in those circumstances. Happily, unstressed "o" kinda sounds like Lojban u.

<tab class=wikitable> ' rr (carro) a á b b c ch (chorar) d d e ê f f g g (guia, garota) i i j j (joelho) k k l l m m n n o ô p p r r s s t t u u (undar) v v x rrr y Cida, sêca, peca, paca, cola, Lola, luta, quase, gy - magma (brasileiro);
noite, tarde, pecado, pergunta (português do Portugal);
cama, mama, fã, hortelã (paulistano, sulista) z z </tab>