The case for alveolar fricative rhotics with evidence from Nusu
- 2.Phonological evidence for a Nusu rhotic
- 2.1Phonotactic evidence
- 2.2Shared phonetic features
- 3.Acoustic distinctions of approximants, fricatives, and sibilants
- 3.1Approximant vs. fricative
- 3.2Fricative vs. sibilant
- 4.Phonetic realizations of the Nusu rhotic
- 4.3Distinction from sibilants
- 5.Further evidence for fricative rhotics in Tibeto-Burman
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