syllabification of double nasals
james at bigbeing.com.au
Sun May 26 05:33:32 EDT 2002
Mounce's syllabification rule #7 (p16): "Any consonant plus a M or N goes
with the following vowel".
My question is this: If two liquids follow one another (i.e. either the M
or N, but naturally not the "agma" G, then is this covered by rule #6?
Rule #6 says: "Double consonants are divided".
So this means GENNAW would be GEN NAW?
And AMMOS would be AM MOS?
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