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    mixing becomes mɪksɪn what name is this process?

    sounds like

    loving
    lʌvɪn
    fucking
    fʌkɪn
    something
    sʌmθɪn
    resting
    restɪn
    mixing
    mɪksɪn

    what do we call this process?

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    Re: mixing becomes mɪksɪn what name is this process?

    I read here that it's more than a phonological process. (If you want to read it, note that they're using the SAMPA, not the IPA, where N stands for ŋ.)

    I'm still looking for the name and more details.

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    Re: mixing becomes mɪksɪn what name is this process?

    I've found this and am looking no more. Thanks for your great question, I've learnt something new.

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    Re: mixing becomes mɪksɪn what name is this process?

    velar nasal to alveolar nasal is acceptable in some dialects.

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