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This tag is for questions related to English as spoken in Great Britain, and sometimes Ireland.

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The elision of /j/ in deuce etc. in North American English is known as yod-dropping and occurs after coronal consonants (those that involve the tongue tip, i.e. /t, d, n, s, z, θ, l/) within the same …
answered Aug 1 '18 by Nardog
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The phonemic, i.e. prototypical, pronunciation of the word with in British Received Pronunciation is /wɪð/, with a voiced /ð/, as in the. However, in contexts like "with people", with may be pronounc …
answered Sep 12 '18 by Nardog