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Past tense formation with irregular lexical verbs in Canadian English
There is a set of lexical verbs in English ending in /-l, -m, -n/ (e.g., to spill, to dream, to burn) that receives a different form of the past tense in British versus American English. While in American English these ...
Didja know? A comparative study of affrication across word boundaries in Canadian and American English
The present study investigates affrication across word boundaries as an allophonic process that distinguishes Canadian English (CE) and American English (AE). Ten CE speakers and ten northeastern AE speakers were recorded ...