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GENERAL OBSERVATIONS LIMITATIONS OF THIS STUDY
INFORMANTS METHODS AND SYMBOLS
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affricate alveolar consonants alveolar ridge alveolar stop American English American Speech appear articulation blade-articulated born in Brooklyn born in Manhattan British English cluster hw Columbia common cultivated pronunciation dental stop dialects diphthong element example extempore conversation F born final clusters following vowel frequently fricative allophones glide glottal stop heard high-front homonyms informant's informants initial cluster intervocalic Kenyon and Knott less cultivated speakers less cultivated speech levels lower material recorded metropolitan pronunciation metropolitan speech MGM born mid-central mid-central vowel monophthongal monosyllables nasal normally nounced nunciation observed occasionally occurs initially Paternal grandparents pattern pause phoneme preceded preconsonantal position r-less Rat story regular regularly retracted rimes school education sometimes Southern British English starting-point stop occurs stressed syllables syllables third-group tion tongue type of pronunciation uncultivated unrounded unstressed vowel usage usually varieties vary voiceless alveolar stop voiceless consonant voiceless fricative voiceless stops vowels or diphthongs Yiddish York City Yorkers