In need of a linguist/phonologist

Discussion in 'Homework' started by Haasva, Nov 9, 2014.

  1. Haasva

    Haasva Well-Known Member

    I would like to know if it is possible to write m͡b with a circle below, meaning that the phonem m͡b makes the center of the syllable.

    For example in a world like :
    yfm͡ba

    the syllables would be y-fm͡b-a

    Another example that I have issue to cut :

    apsfnga (where ng is also a prenasalized consonant)
    a-ps-fng-a

    The problem is that for the last syllable, we actually hear the b which launches the a.

    Thanks.