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Feb
8
comment Did phonological systems (namely bopomofo) standardize Chinese phonemes?
Thanks for the answer about phonology but it barely touches the subject.
Feb
8
comment Did phonological systems (namely bopomofo) standardize Chinese phonemes?
@Alenanno: I guess so, I wonder if there were more sounds or actually sounds weren't so standardized as they are now.
Feb
8
comment Did phonological systems (namely bopomofo) standardize Chinese phonemes?
@戴洛弘 : nice tip! gonna take a look.
Feb
8
asked Did phonological systems (namely bopomofo) standardize Chinese phonemes?
Feb
5
comment How is the “r” sound pronounced?
I would add that for the case of ri you try to pronounce the i as in zhi or shi after the rrrrrrr
Jan
24
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Jan
24
comment What words are used to express the sincerity when texting your friends in festival period,such as the Spring Festival?
Remember that questions here will remain for a long time, so "in this period" won't mean anything in the future, I would recommend adding new year to the title.
Jan
22
comment Why is it written LIU in Pinyin, when there's clearly an O sound?
Ok, I get the impression that it was just letter ecnomization and no other specific reason. About that there can't be a syllable without initial, what about 阿 a? I regard you, wu as simply not having initial, but whatever.
Jan
21
revised Why is it written LIU in Pinyin, when there's clearly an O sound?
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Jan
21
comment Why is it written LIU in Pinyin, when there's clearly an O sound?
@Claw your comment looks like a possible answer.
Jan
20
revised Why is it written LIU in Pinyin, when there's clearly an O sound?
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Jan
20
comment When is the spelling and the pronunciation different?
Is there a link to that Scheme?
Jan
20
comment When is the spelling and the pronunciation different?
When the u is really pronounced ü, as in qu, it's not that they chose a different letter, but just that the diaeresis is droppedfor simplification, because no real qu would happen in chinese, it's a bit confusing yes.
Jan
20
comment Why is it written LIU in Pinyin, when there's clearly an O sound?
Yeah, I guess there's no simple answer to this.
Jan
20
comment Why is it written LIU in Pinyin, when there's clearly an O sound?
I know, it says how it's written. What I ask is why.
Jan
20
revised Why is it written LIU in Pinyin, when there's clearly an O sound?
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Jan
20
comment Why is it written LIU in Pinyin, when there's clearly an O sound?
Ok, this says it happens, but why or what for is the question. Why liu, jiu, niu and not yu instead of you?
Jan
20
comment Why is it written LIU in Pinyin, when there's clearly an O sound?
I agree with @Alenanno based on my little knowledge of Russian.
Jan
20
comment Why is it written LIU in Pinyin, when there's clearly an O sound?
I don't expect Pinyin to be anything, I just study it. And this doesn't answer my question.
Jan
19
asked Why is it written LIU in Pinyin, when there's clearly an O sound?