Re: Voiced/voiceless stops in English,was: Re: Pronouncing Tokana...
|From:||Raymond Brown <ray.brown@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, February 2, 2000, 20:55|
At 9:08 pm -0500 1/2/00, Nik Taylor wrote:
>Raymond Brown wrote:
>> Some in north west England have [r\] (alveolar approximant) for medial /t/
>> and would, presumably, pronounce 'at all' as [@r\O:l]
>ONLY for medial /t/, not for medial /d/? Interesting. That's a rather
>odd change, I think, stop to approximate.
I think medial /d/ is likely to be treated the same way. It's not a
dialect I'm over-familiar with. I've heard it on TV and met one or two
people that come from area. /Surup/ for 'shut up' sort of sticks in the
A mind which thinks at its own expense
will always interfere with language.
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