Consonants with a lower error frequency are fricatives (with some omission errors), affricates
Spirants include sibilants /s/ and /s/ along with affricates
Mota (2008b) makes a remark controlling the type of lexical item: the word muito computes 68 affricate
occurrences, of which only three are found in the more monitored context (in response to a questionnaire item), which does not allow the correlation between degrees of formality and affricate
realization suggested by the author; however, the high frequency of the item is an indicative that deserves a more specific control.
The inter-dental fricatives are usually changed in the order of change; [[theta]]>[t] and [[eth]]>[d]; the voiceless is at times changed to a voiceless alveolar affricate
Table 9: The comparison of sonant affricate
consonant between MP and ISP Sonant affricate
consonant MP *j- *-j- BUP [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Table 10: The comparison of liquid consonant between MP and ISP MP ISP *r- *r *l Table 11: The comparison of the half vowel consonant between MP and ISP The half vowel consonant MP *w *y ISP *w *y
1/ In and /t/ in combination with stops fricatives and affricates
make possible clusters at word medial position.
There is for instance no evidence for the occurrence of an aspirated counterpart of the dental affricate
/ts/, and the contrast between aspirated and unaspirated retroflex sounds, whether plosive /t/ or affricate
/ts/, is doubtful (and most likely allophonic), whereas the phonological contrast between the palatal affricate
/tc/ and its aspirated counterpart /tch/ seems to be fully utilized: /tce:/ 'tea' vs.
Cases of the affricate
only occur in piaza 'piaccia' (I: 8) (IV: 9, 25) (VI: 47); piaze 'piaccia' (I: 16).
The unaspirated, voiceless, alveolar, affricate
/ts/ contrasts with the aspirated, voiceless, velar, affricate
All the other phones are transcribed according to Masica's 'Standard Orientalist' transcription (Masica 1991: XV-XVI), including the palatal affricate
expressed with < c >.
Organizations like Affricate
have utilized the flower to enliven agricultural development in various African nations.
When the noun following the determiner begins with a vowel, a consonant cluster of the form "s + consonant" or "gn," or an affricate
, the determiner form is lo (e.