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Anselm
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Schwa

Post by Anselm » Mon Mar 19, 2012 8:08 am

Actually Keith's problem is that he just doesn't understand that final unstressed syllables have schwa in Cornish, and that this is perfectly OK.
Yn Porthfrantek ytho ny vydhons i ow kewsel yn kever ken dra vyth.
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Re: Schwa

Post by factotum » Mon Mar 19, 2012 3:30 pm

Yma ogas pub nessa linenn a vardhoniedh hengoveg Kerneweg ow tadhle er-y-bynn (yn-mysg lies taklow erell). Yndella, rag digemmerez an sians-ma, vydh rez tewlel dhe ves brassa rann a'gan lyenn kenedhleg, an pyth yw selven an yeth dasserghyz.

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Re: Schwa

Post by Anselm » Mon Mar 19, 2012 10:40 pm

Unnver ov genes. Ott unn acheson (yn mysk meur anedha) ma na vynn tus gul vri a Nynja ha Mab Vynitha.
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'Against a promontory my ship' Rump L. Stiltz-Kinn

'With regret I feel that unless you have a serious change of heart your presence at the Mennaye on Cornish Pirates match days is no longer desired.'
Rod Coward
CEO
Cornish Pirates

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