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LINGUIST List 16.2338

Sat Aug 06 2005

Qs: Lists of American vs. British Pronunciations

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        1.    Marie Meteer, Lists of American vs. British Pronunciations

Message 1: Lists of American vs. British Pronunciations
Date: 04-Aug-2005
From: Marie Meteer <mmeteerbbn.com>
Subject: Lists of American vs. British Pronunciations

Does anyone know where to find a list of the words that are systematically
pronounced differently in british and American English (e.g. issue,
laboratory, process). Idealy we would like a lexicon with pronunciations
that can be used commercially.

Many thanks,
Marie Meteer

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English (ENG)

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