Wikipedia:IPA for Hungarian
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See Hungarian phonology for a more thorough look at the sounds of Hungarian.
- Degemination: long consonants become short when preceded or followed by another consonant, e.g. folttal [foltɒl].
- Intercluster elision: middle alveolar stops may be omitted in clusters of three or more consonants, depending on speed and articulation of speech.
See also[source ke badlo]
References[source ke badlo]
- Szende, Tamás (1994), "Illustrations of the IPA:Hungarian", Journal of the International Phonetic Alphabet, 24 (2): 91–94