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Realization of vowels at the end of a word.
This public article was written by TheCrazyYankee, and last updated on 8 Jan 2016, 06:46.
1. Final Vowels
2. FormalityVowels in Tomeric tend to be pronounced differently at the end of a word (and before other vowels) than they usually are. These realizations are fortunately regular.
It can be argued that A (/ɑ/) is reduced to /ə/.
E (/ɛ/)becomes /ɪ/.
I (/ɪ/) becomes /i/, and Í (/i:/) becomes /ɪj/.
O (/o/) becomes /ʊ/.
U (/ʊ/) becomes /u/, and Ú (/u:/) becomes /ʊw/.
All other vowels retain there pronounciation.