Re: USAGE: Adrian's vowel disorder
|From:||Vasiliy Chernov <bc_@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, November 30, 2000, 17:21|
On Thu, 30 Nov 2000 12:35:52 +1030, Adrian Morgan <morg0072@...>
>More seriously, I realised too late that I forgot to include the
>vowel in all/wall/call.
Different from the vowel in _saw_? (It would be interesting!)
Which of the two do you hear in _water_? In _talk_?
There's a lot of other dialectologically important words. E. g.:
pure:fewer; dew:due:do; roll:coal; creek
("/" stands for 'or', ":" means 'as opposed to')
- to mention just a few ones interesting for the development of their
(historical) vowels in the *new* dialects. (That is, I don't mean
*real old* dialects that can have different vowels in e.g.
_steal_ vs. _wheel_ or _stone_ vs. _own_).