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revised Asterisks in Jyutping Cantonese
Note on tone sandhi
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revised Asterisks in Jyutping Cantonese
added 3 characters in body
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answered Asterisks in Jyutping Cantonese
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reviewed Close How do you say “Do you speak Chinese?” in Mandarin and Cantonese?
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reviewed Close Need help with translation (IT-specific)
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reviewed Close How to study Chinese?
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reviewed Approve How to study Chinese?
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reviewed Looks OK What is the origin of the word 雪茄 (cigar)?
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reviewed Leave Open Is it correct to say '较出色‘
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reviewed Close What contributes to negative emotion / sentiment in this example?
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reviewed No Action Needed What is the difference between 好多 vs. 很多?
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comment Character 瞓: where did the pronunciations come from?
I haven't had the chance to look into this yet, but will provide an update once I've done so. You could also pose this in its own question so that others can chime in.
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revised Character: “Kei” For “To Go” (去) In Sichuanese
Correction in Chinese
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comment Character: “Kei” For “To Go” (去) In Sichuanese
@StumpyJoePete I mentioned other examples in my answer here: chinese.stackexchange.com/a/10764/166 However, I hadn't looked further into the pattern of which ones remained /kʰ/. At a cursory glance it seems like most of them became /h/ (or eventually /f/ in the case of /kʰu/), though there are a few that didn't. Many words that have the /kʰ/ initial in Cantonese currently actually evolved from other initials, such as /g/.
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comment Character: “Kei” For “To Go” (去) In Sichuanese
The Cantonese pronunciation is actually heoi, not keoi. A lot of words that historically had the /kʰ/ initial ended up having an /h/initial in Cantonese.
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reviewed Looks OK Clash of brothers?
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reviewed No Action Needed Clash of brothers?
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reviewed No Action Needed Proper way to use sentence-final particles (like 啦 or 喽) in spoken Chinese
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reviewed Looks OK Chinese words for “everything can be viewed from a positive side”
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reviewed No Action Needed Hong Kong Cantonese variations