along' slowly and then eventually do away with the 'si' at the beginning. With a little practice, it should come easily. In addit ion, this sound doesn't have an obvious g ending in Cantonese as it does in English.
CANTONESE PHONEMIC INVENTORY Please remember that dialectal differences exist for each language and should be considered when using the phonemic charts.
1 1 LING6014 History and Structure of Cantonese Lecture 1: Introduction to Cantonese Phonology 4 September 2010 Robert S. BAUER Dept. of Linguistics
Consonants in Cantonese Loanword Adaptation Jeremy O'Brien jpop@uchicago. edu 5/12/2006 Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the honors BA in linguistics at the University of Chicago Advisor: Prof. Alan Yu
On gerundive nominalization in Mandarin and Cantonese 1 On gerundive nominalization in Mandarin and Cantonese * Sze-Wing Tang Hong Kong Polytechnic University This paper examines a number of variations between Mandarin and Cantonese nominalizations, including genitive agent nominals, possessive ...
Helping Cantonese ESL learners overcome their difficulties in the production and perception of English speech sounds Alice Y.W. Chan Department of English
http://lc.ust.hk/~sac/advice/P7. htm © Copyright 2001 Language Centre of HKUST. All rights reserved. P7-1 Common Pronunciation Problems for Cantonese Speakers P7 The aim of this leaflet This leaflet provides information on why pronunciation problems may occur and specific sounds in English that ...
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Relative clauses and nominal modifiers in Cantonese Dominic Yu 2006 May3 1 Introduction Cantonese relative clauses are occasionally cited in the literature.
CANTONESE 1 Transcription is IPA. Like all Chinese languages, Cantonese is a tone language. Tones are shown by “tone letters” following the words.