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Summary Details


Query:   Speaking without teeth
Author:  Mai Kuha
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Phonetics
Phonology

Summary:   RE: LINGUIST 11.207


DEAR COLLEAGUES,

A WEEK OR TWO AGO, I ASKED WHETHER AN ARTICULATORY PROBLEM WAS PRESENTED
ACCURATELY IN A CARTOON, AND ASKED FOR OTHER EXAMPLES FROM POP CULTURE
THAT MIGHT BE DISCUSSED IN INTRODUCTORY CLASSES. A SUMMARY FOLLOWS. I
RECEIVED HELPFUL COMMENTS FROM:

KAAREN H. BAUMER
PETER T. DANIELS
GEORGIA GREEN
WILLIAM MORRIS
CHAD D. NILEP
I.R. WARNER
CAROLINE WILTSHIRE


PART I.

MY QUESTION:
I HAVE A CARTOON THAT SHOWS A MAN AT A CINEMA HOLDING IN HIS HAND HIS
FALSE TEETH, WHICH ARE STUCK TOGETHER WITH CANDY. HE IS SAYING TO A
COMPANION:

LL Issue: 11.303
Date Posted: 13-Feb-2000
Original Query: Read original query