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Re: USAGE: Thorn vs Eth

From:julien eychenne <eychenne.j@...>
Date:Wednesday, July 10, 2002, 11:12
le mer 10-07-2002 à 12:51, Barbara Barrett a écrit :

> In many dialects a final -ing is replaced by syllabic n, so insead of > saying "singing" a person with that dialect says "singN". The Brummie > accent is even odder, using the nasal "ng" sound but voicing the "g" > too, so you get "sing-ging-g"!
Hey, does it mean that french accent sounds like Brummie ;)).