Re: Breehah horp
|From:||Dave Rutan <rutan3@...>|
|Date:||Friday, March 2, 2007, 23:33|
Isaac Penzev wrote:
> Eric Christopherson wrote:
>> You can do it however you want to do it.
> Indeed, I didn't want to sounds critical. I wondered for explanations from
> the conhistory viewpoint.
>> One thing to remember is
>> that since English dialects differ so much, it can be kind of
>> ambiguous or confusing to give pronunciations based on English words.
>> E.g. you say <ui> is like in <suit>, which for me is /u/, an 'oo'
>> without a 'y' in front -- whereas for some people (apparently
>> including Isaac), it is /ju/, or a 'yoo' sound.
> You gonna laugh, but I pronounce _suit_ as [sY:t] :))
Would 'fruit' be a better choice?
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