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==== Epenthesis ====
Komnzo phonology exhibits widespread vowel epenthesis. The epenthetic vowel is usually a short schwa (ə̯), sometimes a short high front or high back vowel. Many syllables and many words in Komnzo lack a specified vowel, e.g. ''mnz '' 'house' [mə̯nts] or ''gwth'' 'nest' [ᵑɡʷə̯θ].
 
==== Orthography ====
 
In the tables above, graphemes are indicated by <&lt;angle brackets>&gt;. The current orthography of Komnzo does not represent the epenthetic vowel because it can be predicted by the rules of syllabification. This leads to orthographic representations which untrained users might find hard to pronounce, for example: ''zfth'' 'reason' is pronounced [tsə̯ɸə̯θ] or ''fta'' '36' is pronounced [ɸə̯ta].
 
==Numeral system==
{{Reflist}}
*Döhler, Christian (2013) [http://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/26087/ "Don't talk to him! His family speaks a bit mixed." Multilingualism from the perspective of the documenter]. presentation at the 3rd International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC). Accessed on 2019-11-12.
*Döhler, Christian (2018) ''[http://langsci-press.org/catalog/book/212 A grammar of Komnzo.]''. (Studies in Diversity Linguistics 22). Berlin: Language Science Press. [http://langsci-press.org/catalog/book/212 {{doi:|10.5281/zenodo.1477799}}. {{ISBN |978-3-96110-125-2}}.] Accessed on 2019-11-12.
*Evans, Nicholas, I Wayan Arka, Matthew Carroll, Christian Döhler, Eri Kashima, Emil Mittag, Kyla Quinn, Jeff Siegel, Philip Tama & Charlotte van Tongeren. (2017) ''The languages of Southern New Guinea''. In Bill Palmer (ed.), The languages and linguistics of the New Guinea area, 641–774. Berlin; Boston: Walter de Gruyter. [https://www.degruyter.com/view/product/185025 {{ISBN |978-3-11-029525-2]}}. Accessed on 2019-11-12.
*[http://dobes.mpi.nl/projects/morehead/ Nen and Kómnzo: Two languages of Southern New Guinea] (2017) [[DOBES]] language documentation project. Accessed on 2019-11-12.
*[https://zenodo.org/communities/komnzo?page=1&size=20 Komnzo language] (2018) [[Zenodo]] data repository. Accessed on 2019-11-12.