Datapoint Tagalog / Glottalized Consonants

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  1. Ekaterina Baklanova Says:

    Regarding the statement, that there is no glottalized consonants in Tagalog:

    there is a glottal stop in Tagalog with no letter assigned to it in the Tagalog alphabet. However, there are a number of omographs in Tagalog where the semantics depend solely on the presense or absence of the glottal stop at the end of the word.
    The glottal stop is usually put as /q/ in the linguistic papers.

    Should the glottal stop be referred to the glottalized consonant, or not?

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