Essentials of English Grammar
Routledge, 24.05.2013 - 800 Seiten
This book was first published in 1933, Essentials of English Grammar is a valuable contribution to the field of English Language and Linguistics.
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It should be distinctly understood that the length denoted in phonetic script is only relative, not absolute, thus the long in beat as contrasted with the short [i] in bit. The vowel [æ] of bat, and especially of bad, though marked ...
The spelling ou in foul, house, etc., is only seemingly a phonetic rendering of the modern diphthong, for ou (with its variant ow) was originally taken over from French to denote the vowel [u]. (2) In the above diagram ME. has been ...
The pronunciation is more clearly diphthongic in the South of England than in the North or some parts of the United States, (4) Middle English had two e- as well as two o-sounds, in the above diagram denoted as and respectively.
3.9 2. is found: 1. with loss of the back fricative denoted gh: taught, brought, daughter. 2. before l, whether now lost or kept: all, bald, talk, walk. 3. from original [au]: saw, cause. 4. (4) instead of through the influence of [w]: ...
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