> Richard:You are almost right. With a single note here: The phonetism that I
>Strikingly, numbers 1 (as kt > tt), 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13 and 14
>are also shared with Italian.
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> > V. I want to add here some Proto-Albanian - Proto-Romanian Common
> > Phonetic Rules indicating a genetic linked between Romanian-
> > Substratum and Proto-Albanian one:
> > 1. kt not available in both languages (Lat. kt > pt > ft,
> > 2. e > je - jeã)
> > 3. dy > dz - dz (later di > dz became general in Romanian)
> > 4. ty > ts - ts (later s in Albanian)
> > 5. sj > sh - sh (later s>sh became general in Albanian)
> > 6. an > ãn - ën (and also non-stressed vowels mainly a->
> > 7. cl > cl' - cl' (later che - q )degrees)
> > 8. gl > gl' - gl' (later ghe - gj )
> > 9. ns > s - s
> > 10. gn not available in both languages
> > 11. common presence of sound like c^, g^, 3, c , &
> > 12. ky > c^ - q (even the assybilation has different
> > 13. gy > g^ - gj (even the assybilation has differentdegrees)
> > Note: as an argument: Aromanian has only c, 3 for ky, gy)
> > 14. dl, tl not available (reduced) in Both Languages.
> Strikingly, numbers 1 (as kt > tt), 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13 and 14
> are also shared with Italian.