Glyphs and graphemes [was Re: Cult-like behaviour]

Gregory Ewing greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz
Wed Jul 18 05:59:28 EDT 2018


MRAB wrote:
> "ch" usually represents 2 phonemes, basically the sounds of "t" followed 
> by "sh";

That's debatable. I've never thought of it that way and I'm
fairly certain I don't pronounce it that way. My tongue does
not do the same thing when I say "ch" as it does when I
say "tsh".

-- 
Greg


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