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comment Why do some people say “v” as “w”?
@oerkelens Well, this Q is about pronunciation of English, not of German.
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comment Why do some people say “v” as “w”?
@BCdotNET I'm not sure. See the "hambag/handbag" question on this site, which is also linguistic-y-ish.
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comment Why do some people say “v” as “w”?
@DanBron As hard g, not j?
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asked Why do some people say “v” as “w”?
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comment How do Brits pronounce [ee] in “queen” differently to [i] in “pita”?
@JanusBahsJacquet Thanks! Two in one go! I've wondered about Polish ɨ for years.
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answered How do Brits pronounce [ee] in “queen” differently to [i] in “pita”?
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comment How do Brits pronounce [ee] in “queen” differently to [i] in “pita”?
@JustinGreer Thanks, it's actually even more topical than my actual question. So ɨ is it like the Polish y? (zloty)
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comment How do Brits pronounce [ee] in “queen” differently to [i] in “pita”?
@PeterShor Or how Greeks pronounce πίτα … forvo.com/word/%CF%80%CE%AF%CF%84%CE%B1
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revised How do Brits pronounce [ee] in “queen” differently to [i] in “pita”?
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asked How do Brits pronounce [ee] in “queen” differently to [i] in “pita”?
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