Extraits du livre
The scarce studies devoted to the Adyghe language have left out a considerable number of phonemes. The authors were not native speakers; contrastingly, the Adyghe speakers were not linguists. Ergo, information exchange between the authorial linguists and the natives was hindered by this constant. In this configuration, the deficient phonetic inventory of the linguists arguably encumbers their auditory acuity, while the native surveyees lack phonetic acumen. In other words, the phonemic nuances cannot by discerned by the linguists’ perception if insufficiently assisted by the respondents’ feedback.