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- Splitting “intervocalic” Katalin Balogné Bérces Patrick Honeybone
- place only after short vowels.
- 1. THE SCOUSE 1.1 Historical and linguistic aspects The term
- As far as the vowel system is concerned, there is a series of neutralizations of phonemic oppositions present in RP. A typical.
- Liverpool English
- for [®] is the presence of a following vowel (e.g. get off [gE®Åf], that apple [d1a ® ap´l], lot of.
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- Scouse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- This is a pure Lancashire trait but modern Scousers do it the other way round pronouncing 'fur' like 'fair'.
- scouse - definition and meaning
- “Hayley struggled, with supreme tact and nicely softened scouse vowels, to let Lynda work out, for herself, whether she would be better off earning £1.
- Are we becoming addicted to Apple? - Telegraph
- Aug 10, 2010 If any of them are from Romford, the evidence disappears as quickly as the Scouse vowels of an aspiring actress at Rada in the Fifties.
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