[Fwd: Re: More enter-bringings]
|From:||Robert Hailman <robert@...>|
|Date:||Friday, March 3, 2000, 1:41|
Brad Coon wrote:
> Robert Hailman wrote:
> > of talking. One I do is that I pronounce "our" like "are", and I
> I am beginning to think this is nearly universal, at least in the US
> and (apparently?) Canada. I started listening for it both in
> conversations and on TV/Radio, its pronounced like 'are' most of the
> time. My dialect is NE Indiana, now transplanted to Bozeman MT, a
> little bit of Canada like life in the US BTW.
I've never listened for it, and I'm not sure where I picked it up. I
know it's not my own invention, but I can't put a source on it.
Also, I'm curious as to how Americans perceive "Canada like life". I
live in Toronto, which is the biggest city in Canada; there are around 3
million people in the Greater Toronto Area, so I can't represent the
> If its tourist season, why can't we shoot them?I like that.