User talk:Peter Chastain
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Hi Peter, I wanted to talk to you about the transliteration of the Russian National anthem. I realize you are going by a certain method of standardization, but I wish to inform you that the model of standardization that you are using is fundamentally flawed and does not recognize the very real difference between э-оборотное /Ээ/ and есть /Ee/. Ээ just sounds like an [e] when read out loud, where as Ee sounds like [je] when read out loud, Ee is a palatalized vowel with a Yy sound before it, Ээ is not. Furthermore, it is inconsistent between using the letter /Yy/ to represent the letters Йй and Ыы. Most of the time you cannot tell the difference when Yy is being used as a vowel and when it is being used as a consonant. For this reason I took the liberty of replacing the consonants with the letter /Jj/ and the vowels with the letter /Yy/. I kindly request that you revert the change you made as it is an inferior method of transliteration and does not have consistent meaning. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 13:51, 29 January 2017 (UTC)
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