搶先看!! 我覺得很好懂 哈哈
A syllable onset (the first consonant or consonants of the syllable) does not represent any mora.
The syllable nucleus represents one mora in the case of a short vowel, and two moras in the case of a long vowel or diphthong. Consonants serving as syllable nuclei also represent one mora if short and two if long. (Slovak is an example of a language that has both long and short consonantal nuclei.)
In some languages (for example, Japanese), the coda represents one mora, and in others (for example, Irish) it does not. In English, the codas of stressed syllables represent a mora (thus, the word cat is bimoraic), but for unstressed syllables it is not clear whether the codas do (the second syllable of the word rabbit might be monomoraic).
In some languages, a syllable with a long vowel or diphthong in the nucleus and one or more consonants in the coda is said to be trimoraic (see pluti).
我們都說mora mora 用來計算音節的重量
但... 計算用來幹麻阿 為什麼要計算? 他會影響什麼?
如果不會發生什麼影響或有用途 那幹麻計算 mora 呢 ← 每次討論到mora我的表情 哈哈