Re: [OT] Norsk nb/nn (was: Wishlist for woody+1)
On Thu, Jul 04, 2002 at 03:07:11AM +0200, Aaron Isotton wrote:
> Radovan Garabik <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Brittish english does s/.:r/.:/ on huge amount of (USA english) words,
> > while Cockney does s/h// and s/t/'/ almost everywhere (where ' is glottal stop)
> > (I asumed you want parallel examples, not exactly the one you mentioned)
> How would you say 'hat' in cockney then? :->
as you'd expect.
So I takes off me a', and sez to im....
(Cockneys do pronounce initial 't's, so it is takes and not 'akes)
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