In Canadian English, there are several ways to pronounce the letter /T/. This depends on where the letter is in the word and whether it begins a stressed syllable or not. If so, the sound is sharp and has quite a bit of air. […]
I have often heard the pronunciation stereotype for Canadians which states we pronounce the word “about” as “aboot.” But I always wondered where that came from since I certainly had never heard that.
Recently, I came across the following article which backs me up […]
This linguistic map of the US shows variations in how the word ‘lawyer” is pronounced across the country. In Canada we generally say loy-er. The following post shows how a number of terms vary in their pronunciation across the US. While Canada is not […]