is odd and nice. I realise this is not the best place to speak about speaking as we're not speaking, but everyone should learn the international phonetic alphabet and I would be super happy.
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Here’s a map of tonal contrasts throughout the world. White is no tonal contrasts (2617 languages), yellow is 2-4 tones (935), orange is 5-7 (166) and red is 8+ (30). I made it using the World Phonotactics Database.

Here’s a map of tonal contrasts throughout the world. White is no tonal contrasts (2617 languages), yellow is 2-4 tones (935), orange is 5-7 (166) and red is 8+ (30). I made it using the World Phonotactics Database.

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