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AAVE accents alveolar American English Anglia Australian Australian English basilectal BCDP Bislama Black Country British English Canadian Caribbean central century Channel Islands ChcE clusters common consonants diphthongs distinction East England English dialects example Fiji English FLEECE forms French fricatives front vowels glottal GOAT GOOSE Gullah h-dropping Hawai'i Creole Hughes and Trudgill influence intonation Ireland Irish English JamC Labov language lexical sets linguistic London Maori merger mesolectal Midlands monophthongal nasal Ndyuka non-rhotic North northern occur older Orkney pattern phonetic phonological Pidgin Pijin population position pronounced pronunciation realised regional rhotic rural Saramaccan Scotland Scots Scottish English Scottish Standard English Shetland social sociolinguistic sound South Southern speakers speech spoken stops stress STRUT syllable Table tion Tok Pisin trad-RP traditional TRAP typically Ulster unstressed urban variable variants varieties of English velar vernacular vocalization voiceless Wales Welsh English West word-final words working-class Zealand English