LINGUIST List 12.709

Wed Mar 14 2001

Qs: IPA Symbol/Spanish Rhotic, Romance Ling Text

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  1. Jorge M. Guitart, Query about Spanish rhotic
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Message 1: Query about Spanish rhotic

Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2001 13:09:04 -0500
From: Jorge M. Guitart <guitartacsu.buffalo.edu>
Subject: Query about Spanish rhotic



-Does anybody know the IPA description and symbol for the fricative /r/
that appears in lieu of the standard Spanish trill in Chilean Spanish and
also in Quito (Ecuador) Spanish? Traditional accounts call it "erre
rehilada" and it is transcribed as as an r with the inverse of ^on top

Many thanks.

Jorge Guitart
SUNY Buffalo 
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Message 2: Romance linguistics

Date: Wed, 14 Mar 2001 07:05:10 -0600
From: flan3283 <sstewartselu.edu>
Subject: Romance linguistics

I'm scheduled to teach a course in Romance linguistics this fall.
It's aimed at foreign language teachers. Can someone recommend a
suitable text? 

Thanks, Stuart

Dr. Stuart Stewart
Assistant Professor of Spanish
Southeastern Louisiana University 
Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literatures
223 White Hall, SLU #10719
Hammond, LA. 70402
phone 504/549-3927
fax 504/549-3088
www.selu.edu/Academics/faculty/sstewart

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