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Re: My website

From:Mark J. Reed <markjreed@...>
Date:Friday, November 23, 2007, 14:03
Rhotic varieties of English have something like that, yes.  Non-rhotic
varieties have something more like [dZOdZ].

On 11/23/07, Mr Veoler <veoler@...> wrote:
> caeruleancentaur wrote: > > Do you not pronounce the "r" in George? > > No. But English is my L2, so my pronunciation isn't native. > > > MorphemeAddict wrote: > > You have the final consonant of "George" unvoiced. I've always heard and > > pronounced it voiced. > > Yes. > > Should I take it /dZor\dZ/ is the native English pronunciation? > > Maybe I should remove that line from my web page if it's inaccurate.. > > --Veoler > > PS. I'll soon enter deep lurker-mode for at least two months, just FYI. >
-- Mark J. Reed <markjreed@...>


Philip Newton <philip.newton@...>