劉錫祥 廣東話 拼音
發音指南 – Tones
Each row of the Tones table contains:
- the Sidney Lau System representation of a 廣東話 tone,
- a description of the tone,
- a 廣東話 example word (or two) in that tone,
- the 廣東話 character(s) for the 廣東話 example word(s),
- the meaning(s) of the 廣東話 example word(s),
- optional comments.
|1° signifies the high flat tone. If ° appears after tones 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6, it signifies that the word should be pronounced in tone 1°, and that 1° is not the original/normal tone of the word.|
|1||high falling||tim1||添||Final Particle|
|In modern Hong Kong 廣東話, very few words are spoken in this tone. This is one of the few exceptions.|
|If * appears after tones 1, 3, 4, 5, or 6, it signifies that the word should be pronounced in tone 2, and that 2 is not the original/normal tone of the word.|
|3||mid flat||si3||試||try|| |
|4||low falling||si4||時||time|| |
|5||low rising||si5||市||city|| |
|6||low flat||si6||是||is|| |
In the Martha Lam and Stanley Po system, the tones are represented by diacritics (i.e. symbols written above the words). Note that the high falling tone and high flat tone are not differentiated – they are written in the same way, and both pronounced in the high flat tone.
|N°||1||2 or N*||3||4||5||6 |
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