User talk:Sj122390

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Thanks for making the comparison table at Aranese dialect.

There were some minor issues with the table, like extraneous primary stress marks. There were also some more serious issues, like incorrect transcriptions; I tried to deal with them as best as I could, but I wasn't quite sure about some of the changes I made — those of which I summarized on the article's talkpage.

I would be delighted if you went over the modified table and the comments I put on the article's talkpage.


Espreon (talk) 23:46, 23 August 2014 (UTC)

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