> glides, and GOK what else. Of course, Mark was only differentiating
> between "vowels" and "non-vowels," but that may not make things much
> easier; I still wouldn't know where to put English "y".
Off-hand, it seems that in English "y" mostly* is [j] if in initial position,
otherwise it's either [i] or [ai]. So it's either one consonant, or one or two
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