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|Issue Date:||13 Oct 2016|
|Description:||Collected words related to speech and language. Interesting issues include the word 'silent', which seems to have an aspirated [p], and the words for 'chat' and 'stutter' involve reduplication. Additionally, the word for 'to speak' seems to have an epenthtic schwa between [o] and [s].|
|Appears in Collections:||Field Methods Class, 2016-2017: Sasak|
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