The attempted “r” result is a sound that’s close to, but not exactly, a sustained /Ư/ (as in book). We’ve all heard it. And on an artic test, for an initial /r/ we transcribe it as /w/. Why a /w/? When the lips un-pucker from /Ư/, the sound sounds like a /w/.
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Over the past month we have been hard at work putting together the best presenter lineup possible for our 2018 CEU Cruise to the Eastern Caribbean (For more cruise information press here). We are extremely excited to share with you our 2018 Cruise presenters!
Have you ever had someone comment on your accent or dialect? Has your accent or dialect ever made it difficult for you to communicate in a professional or personal situation? I remember being so confident in my French language skills when I went to Belgium for a cult...