Phonology exercises

Fijian

Fijian is an example of a language with prenasalized stops in its phonological inventory. (The prenasalized stop [nd] consists of a nasal pronounced immediately before the stop, with which it forms a single sound unit.) Consider the following Fijian words as they are pronounced in fast speech:

vindi'to spring up'dina'true'
kenda'we'dalo'taro plant'
tiko'to stay'vundi'plantain banana'
tutu'grandfather'manda'first'
viti'Fiji'tina'mother'
dovu'sugarcane'mata'eye'

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