Word incidence is a stylistic factor among older speakers in biology unit 2 aqa specification much of the country, including Hawaii, where / may be used in aunt and workingirls saison 2 episode 4 rather in reading style, but /æ/ appears in conversational usage.
Sale, jail, mailer, etc. .
The other environments are highly variable, even for the individual speaker.Cag, with /æ was once very common for keg.predominates, but /æ/ alternates, especially in the speech of those who have / rather than / in milk, pillow, Illinois, etc.It also occurs from Pennsylvania westward, often varying with /.The principal phonetic variants of / are a low-back round and a raised variant, a lower low-back round, upgliding diphthongs and, and an ingliding.Edition and Wells 2008 which will be referred to as LPD3 Longman Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English and Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary.The words mean the same thing no matter which vowel sound is used.
Section.II describes the kinds of variation that can occur within individual sound units.
Therefore, the use of / (also understood as the loss or dropping of /r is one of the most easily recognized features family guy season 8 episode 18 of variation.
Such intrusive or excrescent sounds may be either vowels or consonants.
These words exemplify a limited set that gives evidence of variation of /u/ and /.Infrequently the sounds /e / occur, particularly among older speakers in parts of the South Midland, such as the Ozark region.Alternation of /n/ with /m as in palm pn, pæn and mushroom mrun occurs sporadically; it is especially frequent among older speakers.It can be pronounced, like r, with full retroflexion or turning back of the tongue tip, as ; with only partial retroflexion ; or with no retroflexion at all, in which case it sounds like the weakly stressed vowel / but is sometimes considered.Less frequently the clusters occur before front vowels, as in care and carry, often articulated as k rather than.Gators' Walker tears ACL, may miss all season.It results in spellings such as oncommon and has been stigmatized as a wrong pronunciation.Bear, chair, hair, etc. .Meadow, window, follow, tomato, etc. .Some features, however, have similar enough distributions that, taken together, they form a recognizable pattern of overlap.And finally, some variants may be used by a majority of the speakers in one region, by a minority in another; estimates of probable proportions can only be general.Two consonants, /l/ and /r have particularly strong influence over nearby vowels and some consonants and have some vowel-like characteristics themselves.Use of /n/ for / in words with final -ing is widespread, though it occurs more regularly in the South and South Midland than elsewhere.