yitzhaksapir at gmail.com
Wed Aug 22 04:21:57 EDT 2007
Another description of spirantization in Spanish is available at:
Note the examples are at word-boundary. The following page contains
a linguistic rule summarizing this. I'm not sure then why you think that
"some of the cross-word beged kefet changes cannot be part of a spoken
language," if this is observed in a modern spoken language.
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