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Re: GDP: NR 1.1 Pitches

From: till
Subject: Re: GDP: NR 1.1 Pitches
Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2008 12:11:52 -0800 (PST)

I have never heard of iss or ess in German either, but I didn't find it on
the pdf anymore, so I guess this is irrelevant for now. The current
formulation seems to be correct.


Rune Zedeler wrote:
> Citat Mats Bengtsson <address@hidden>:
>> - In Accidentals, I wouldn't refer to "Nordic and Germanic languages",
>> since both Swedish,
>>   Danish, Norwegian and German use "-iss" and "-ess" (admittedly the
>> same concept, but
>>   a different spelling).
> This is not correct.
> In Danish we do not use "-ss" at all. That would be a spelling mistake. We
> only
> use the "-is" and "-es" endings (except for es and as, ofcourse).
> I am pretty convinced that the same is true for German.
> -Rune
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