USAGE: Glottal stop for /t/ (was Re: 2nd person pronoun for god)
|From:||Jake X <alwaysawake247@...>|
|Date:||Monday, September 16, 2002, 18:20|
> you left out [?_h] which is how my brother pronounces final /t/ and /k/
> (which makes words like "lake" [lEj?_h] and "late" [lEj?_h] homonyms)
I lived for a while in Brooklyn NY, and I've recently wondered about that.
Who was the first to say ['bV,?Er] for /bVtEr/ (or is it [bV?@r] and
/bVt@r/ ). Come to think of it, in Brooklyn they'd probably say ['bV,?@] . I
think it's not aspirated when I hear it here. Do other people's dialects
also have ? as cophonemic with t?