Re: [x] in English?
|From:||Daniel Andreasson <noldo@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, October 2, 1999, 21:11|
> Raymond A. Brown wrote:
> > But I'm puzzled by the vowel in Daniel's example. In Liverpool, as
> > generally in the north of England, people normally have [a] as ="short a";
> > [&] is very much a southern phenomenon
> Well, [a] and [&] are pretty close in sound, I frequently get 'em
> confused myself.
Sorry 'bout that. What I meant to write was:
"[b&x] *or rather [bax]*". I don't know why
I didn't. So as usual, Ray's explanation is
- besides being excellent - most probably=20
the right one.