--- In phoNet@egroups.com, "Piotr Gasiorowski" <gpiotr@i...> wrote:
> If you'd like to start with samfink good but semi-popular, try this
This reminds me of a question I've had: During a trip to Madrid I
when I was 17, I heard a tour guide mention a painter Bela'fkef,
was apparently "Vela'zquez". What I've been trying to figure out is
whether she actually used a voiceless bilabial fricative and if not,
why her voiceless dental fricative sounded like a bilabial instead of
the familiar American dental.