As part of an ongoing project, this paper seeks to fill this void; specifically, it deals with diphthong
acquisition in Spanish by L2 learners.
Substitute des lettischen Diphthongs
ie im Livischen und Estnischen
Palatal /[??]/ is changed to nasal alveolar /n/ and diphthong
In You Say Potato - the book he wrote with his son, Shakespearean actor Ben Crystal - he said this was "thanks mainly to the way it uses diphthongs
in a different way from standards English and other accents.
Bede, on the contrary, states that "later poets" (posteriores poetae) or the composers of "our poetry" (nostratia poemata) prefer to shorten diphthongs
only inside words, although he fails to provide his reader with an example of this:
MP *-aw, and *-ay experiencing retention in ISP.
In Experiment 3, the number of touches was highly reduced when inputting a complete sentence including double consonants (Table 3) and diphthongs
Languages differ in the length of diphthongs
typically behave like long vowels in languages with phonemically short and long vowels.
Relative to short vowels, diphthongs
are rather rare.
On the other hand, the diphthongs
involve both type of analysis as mentioned above.
A tendency to shorten diphthongs
and to leave out the second element in a diphthong
By lacking awkward diphthongs
and double consonants like -ph-, banananames tend to be more amenable to palindroming.