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A.N. Tucker African Languages Afrikaans articulation articulatory position back vowels Bantu languages bivocal sound close vowel concomitant of sounds consonant D.T. Cole Daniel Jones different morphemes different syllables diph Diphthongs in Tswana disyllabic Doke E.S. Moloto element English expressly made sound fairly accurately distinguishable falling diphthong fresh chest-impulse Gaborone generalisation glide hubee ideophone interjection juxtaposed vowel sounds kgolo labialized consonant language studies less sonorous Litt et Phil locative suffix Northern Sotho noun ohohoeni peak of prominence peak of sonority phon phonetic phonological place of articulation Potchefstroom preceding or following prefix Professor pronounced pronunciation renewed sonority rise in sonority rising diphthong Roux and Pienaar second vowel separate syllables Setswana sheep is big siileng sounds preceding Southern Africa speech Spelling pronunciation stem symbol of labialization teachers thong traceable to different triphthong trough type of diphthong unavoidable concomitant University of Botswana utlwa utlwile utlwisa uttered verb Villiers vowel-glide Westermann whereas Zulu diphthong