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The pronunciation of the Portuguese of Portugal - Notes
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The pronunciation of the Portuguese of Portugal List of notes Note 1 : Context symbols Note 2 : Phonemic and phonetic symbols Note 3 : Context and word boundaries Item 1 Item 2 Item 3 Note 5 : Choice of phonemes and allophones Item 1 Item 2 Note 6 : Uvular and lingual "double" r Note 6a: Native speakers with all r's uvular Note 7 : Regular alternations of half-open and half-close (metafonia) Verbs in -ar Present tense of verbs in -er Verb vs. noun Singular vs. plural nouns Singular masculine adjectives vs. feminine and plural forms Pronouns Note 8 : Phonetics of /e/ and /E/ Note 9 : Similarities between dissimilar sounds Note 10 : Semi-consonants and diphthongs Note 11 : Symbol 3 or 6 for open schwa? Note 12 : Amália Rodrigues and "Canção do mar" Note 14 : Closing influence of subsequent nasal consonants Note 15 : More on phoneme /1/ Note 16 : Peculiarity Note 16a : Voiceless vowels Note 16b : Consonant clusters Note 16c : Vowel runs Note 16d : The essiness of the Portuguese language Note 17 : Special meaning of êm when final, in verbal forms Note 18 : The name of the new European currency Note 19 : Allophones of /b/, /d/ and /g/ Item 1 : /b/ Item 2 : /d/ Item 3 : /g/ Note 20 : Word-initial es Note 21 : Dulce Pontes and the Brazilian r Note 22 : Sotaque do norte Note 23 : How Brazilian pronunciation differs from that in Portugal Item 1 Item 2 Item 3 Item 4 Item 5 Item 6 Item 7 Item 8 Item 9 Item 10 Item 11 Item 12 Item 13 Note 24 : History of exceptions Copyright © 2000-2007 by R. Harmsen . Back to main document Alphabetic listing Phonemic listing Sample origins Links to glossaries List of notes ...
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