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Query Details


Query Subject:   Interdental /l/ in American English
Author:   Mark Jones
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Subject Language(s):  English


Query:   Dear List Members,

as a native speaker of British English, I have the impression that an interdental lateral
is a possible realisation in American English, perhaps associated with young West Coast females. I would appreciate hearing from anyone who has any insights and observations, or published data, on how common this realisation of
is and whether my impressions are correct. I will post a summary of any responses in due course.

many thanks

Mark J. Jones
Department of Linguistics
University of Cambridge, UK
LL Issue: 15.1675
Date posted: 29-May-2004



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