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Query Details


Query Subject:   OFTEN pronounced with t
Author:   Neal R. Norrick
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Linguistic LingField(s):  Phonetics
Phonology

Query:   The pronunciation of OFTEN with an aspirated t in the second syllable
can be heard from English-speakers on both sides of the Atlantic.
Does anyone know about its distribution in the UK or US? Is it found
in other English-speaking countries? Has anyone recorded OFTEN with
and without t as a stylistic variable in a single speaker?

I'll post a summary if response warrants it.

Thanks,

Neal
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Prof. Dr. Neal R. Norrick
Lehrstuhl f?lische Philologie
Sprachwissenschaft
Universitä´ des Saarlandes
66041 Saarbr?Tel. +49 (0)681 302-3009
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LL Issue: 10.1587
Date posted: 22-Oct-1999



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