Jack Windsor Lewis's PhonetiBlog: ToC

This page holds a list of all blog postings from Jack Windsor Lewis's PhonetiBlog. Next I'm going to add keywords or brief descriptions.

00/00/20xx
#521 to be added when included in archive 53
17/07/2016
#520 Model transcription with tone marks
16/07/2016
#519 Comments on various weakform words
29/06/2016
#518 Intonation contours for 'I beg your pardon'
09/05/2016
#517 model transcription with tone marks
03/05/2016
#516 Comments on various weakform words
26/04/2016
#515 Critical evaluation of CUBE, an online pronunciation dictionary
18/04/2016
#514 model transcription with tone marks
16/04/2016
#513 Alexander J Ellis and his interest in spelling
25/03/2016
#512 Wells standard lexical set, word frequency, Google ngram, OED frequency bands
09/03/2016
#511 comments on 'hundred' as weakform
01/03/2016
#510 discussion of model transcription
15/02/2016
#509 model transcription with tone marks
11/02/2016
#508 comments on 'him' as weakform
27/01/2016
#507 model transcription with tone marks
19/12/2015
#506 audio prons and word frequencies newly added to OED entries
20/11/2015
#505 intonation of a particular sentence
24/09/2015
#504 contribute, controvery, kilometre with variant stresses
23/08/2015
#503 model transcription with tone marks
07/08/2015
#502 smoothing, reduction, compression as terms
28/07/2015
#501 model transcription with tone marks
11/07/2015
#500 short review - part 2
07/07/2015
#499 short review of English Phonetics & Phonology ed. by R. Monroy-Casas - part 1
26/06/2015
#498 model transcription with tone marks
16/06/2015
#497 are there speakers of RP born and brought up in Scotland, Wales or Ireland?
25/05/2015
#496 blog about the words 'mooch' and 'mi(t)ch'
02/05/2015
#495 model transcription with tone marks
24/03/2015
#494 critical evaluation of a book by John C. Wells
19/03/2015
#493 model transcription with tone marks
20/01/2015
#492 A departure from phonemic transcription
04/12/2014
#491 e.g. Brno, Trnovo, Rio, Jerez, Cadiz, Vladivostok, Valparaiso, Leixoes, Lyon, Reims, Majorca
11/11/2014
#490 Two successors to the term ‘RP’ compared
15/10/2014
#489 model transcription with tone marks
14/10/2014
#488 accent sound diffs, r-keeping/dropping, ash-keeping, <-ile> pron, h-dropping
10/10/2014
#487 Crafty creation of the happy vowel [i]
25/09/2014
#486 Bombay/Mumbai, Madras/Chennai etc.
11/09/2014
#485 model transcription with tone marks
08/09/2014
#484 Antrim, Ardoyne, Cromlech, Stormont etc.
20/08/2014
#483 comments on an exxentric blogsite
13/08/2014
#482 comments on a video clip taken from the BBC drama series House of Cards illustrating a careful, formal speech style
05/08/2014
#481 model transcription with tone marks
30/07/2014
#480 weakening of weak non-word-final /ɪ/ to /ə/, e.g. senate, pirate
19/07/2014
#479 Interpreting pitch traces of speech
13/07/2014
#478 How we say eg ‘Prime Inister’etc.
02/07/2014
#477Fun Hyacinth Bucket. Dodgy transcriptions
28/06/2014
#476 should it be /hᴧlləʊ/ or /hᴧləʊ/?
23/06/2014
#475 model transcription with tone marks
16/06/2014
#474 obituary for Beverley Collins
11/06/2014
#473 irregularities in spellings/pronunciations of Welsh placenames
04/06/2014
#472 Lerwick, Lossiemouth, Peterhead etc.
30/05/2014
#471 model transcription with tone marks
28/05/2014
#470 Slightly disquieting tag questions
22/05/2014
#469 Auchinlek, Ballantrae, Culloden, Sauchiehall etc.
06/05/2014
#468 Accents with /a / in bath and /ʊ/ in cup
04/05/2014
#467 This monumental set of reprints again
29/04/2014
#466 On its variant with dropped aitch
25/04/2014
#465 model transcription with tone marks
23/04/2014
#464 Afzelius’s 1909 EPD precursor
21/04/2014
#463 On intonations of questions and answers
18/04/2014
#462 Tributes to the great Korean phonetician
01/03/2014
#461 An innovative revision and enlargement
13/08/2013
#460 model transcription with tone marks
06/08/2013
#459 Reader asks is it KIT or Schwa in England
29/07/2013
#458 Lively Lynda Mugglestone book
11/07/2013
#457 John Maidment’s useful materials for EFL learners
28/06/2013
#456 going, gonna, good, goodbye, got, have
26/06/2013
#455 On their recent varying values
19/06/2013
#454 Geoff Lindsey challenges current ideas on GB
13/06/2013
#453 On these English tones’ representations etc.
10/06/2013
#452 ‘Correct’ versus ‘normal’ pronunciations
07/06/2013
#451 Should Boleyn sound different from Berlin?
27/05/2013
#450 model transcription with tone marks
10/05/2013
#449 GA Clerk, Berkley etc ≠ GB except sergeant
01/05/2013
#448 anybody, -one, -thing, -way, -where, been, between, certainly, clothes, did, do, doing, don't, everybody, -one, for
27/04/2013
#447 A pioneer of forensic phonetics
25/04/2013
#446 reviews leading book on EFL undergrad phonetics
23/04/2013
#445 Scheme of English vowels keywords that went viral
23/04/2013
#444 Messages understood despite mis-accentuations
14/04/2013
#443 Trudgill's estimate of 3% of UK speakers using RP is commented on
10/04/2013
#442 Sweet symbols copied by Daniel Jones
26/03/2013
#441 borrowing, area, being, been, before, between, but
20/03/2013
#440 Potentially comic ambiguous prosodies
18/03/2013
#439 model transcription with tone marks
11/03/2013
#438 Alternating more & less prominent syllables
21/02/2013
#437 The frequency of GB /ɛː/ versus /ɛə/
17/02/2013
#436 am, an, and, any, are, as
11/02/2013
#435 John Higgins’s ‘light-hearted tour of minimal pairs’
03/02/2013
#434 The stressing of words like forest fire
27/01/2013
#433 Phonetician guider of Europe’s Language Policy
09/01/2013
#432 The speech of a one time BBC TV news presenter
24/12/2012
#431 Reductions like /ɪ`zakli/of exactly
11/12/2012
#430 Is [ɒʊ] in goal, as claimed, 'unlocalisable'?
01/12/2012
#429 Contains Latin quoted as in the oldest tradition
23/11/2012
#428 On various forms of absolutely and wholly etc.
10/11/2012
#427 Shaw's wild exaggeration of phoneticians’ powers
28/10/2012
#426 With his impressions of accents of the British Isles
27/10/2012
#425 bedroom, can, come, could, couldn't
19/10/2012
#424 On terms suggested as replacements for ‘RP’
04/10/2012
#423 In f·ustration, p·escription, p·ogramme, sec·etary etc.
24/09/2012
#422 by, bye, bye-bye
22/09/2012
#421 Interesting American EFL pronunciation teaching
17/09/2012
#420 because
08/09/2012
#419 CEPD 17 had about 90 information panels, which were replaced in CEPD 18 by >200 brief notes
07/09/2012
#418 able, almost, always, anybody, anyway
29/08/2012
#417 Famous painter transcribed talking with actor
21/08/2012
#416 Transcription selfie by bloggist Alex Rotatori
15/08/2012
#415 Henry Sweet & Daniel Jones on weakforms
09/08/2012
#414 IPA symbols vs adapted traditional spellings
30/07/2012
#413 Can English vowels be termed long or short?
23/07/2012
#412 The English so-called ‘triphthongs’
17/07/2012
#411 Realistic dialog by Iris Murdoch
14/07/2012
#410 Examples from TV dramas etc.
13/07/2012
#409 Better text than the traditional IPA specimen
12/07/2012
#408 callipygous and its pronunciations
09/07/2012
#407 The IPA language specimen text again
25/06/2012
#406 On the history of the terms
18/06/2012
#405 EFL-teaching-specimen blog discussed
24/05/2012
#404 Early history of English weakforms
19/05/2012
#403 The most frequent English word
16/05/2012
#402 For use by advanced EFL students
14/05/2012
#401 able, it's, new, sort-of, they're
09/05/2012
#400 A relatively neglected subject
03/05/2012
#399 The meaning of the term
30/04/2012
#398 On specially idiomatic prosodies
23/04/2012
#397 weakforms of nearly and only
20/04/2012
#396 are there any weakforms for couldn't and shouldn't?
18/04/2012
#395 Time and tide spoken like ‘tame’ & ‘tade’
16/04/2012
#394 New transcriptional selfie byAlex Rotatori
11/04/2012
#393 How -arily converted from /-erəli/ to /-arəli/
08/04/2012
#392 Has it been superseded by /ɛɛ/ in GB?
03/04/2012
#391 BBC Radio 3 presenter Patricia Hughes
26/03/2012
#390 Ear-Training Quiz for EFL
23/03/2012
#389 some comments of Patricia Hughes's pronunciation style
21/03/2012
#388 Two different estimates of GB occurrences
19/03/2012
#387 The word with the most varied vowel
24/02/2012
#386 Excellent new university-introductory-level book
22/01/2012
#385 /r/ is often dropped in eg. February (/`febjueri/), program, infrastructure, preliminary, prerogative, priority, progressive, pronunciation, proposal, proprietor, protractor, protrude
20/01/2012
#384 A word with many pronunciations: transitionally
10/01/2012
#383 Idiosyncratic gaffes by famous speakers
08/01/2012
#382 A term unknown before the 20th century
06/01/2012
#381 On the phonetic conveying of sarcasm
03/01/2012
#380 John Maidment’s question ‘Where’s the tonic?
02/01/2012
#379 Margate, except, extraordinary, often, forehead, quinine, Greenwich
22/12/2011
#378 GB and GA symbols in dictionaries yet again
21/12/2011
#377 GB and GA symbols in dictionaries again
16/12/2011
#376 GB and GA symbols in dictionaries etc.
05/12/2011
#375 pron variations of provenance
03/12/2011
#374 pron variations of innovative
29/11/2011
#373 coments on the website 'embedplus'
24/11/2011
#372 On idiomatic accentuations
15/11/2011
#371 David Deterding's 'Boy who cried “Wolf”'
13/11/2011
#370 How I use unorthodox spellings
12/11/2011
#369 Better version of ‘The North Wind and the Sun’
11/11/2011
#368 Different lexicographers’opinions
09/11/2011
#367 Advanced Learner's Dictionary style
28/10/2011
#366 New GA editor and some novelties
26/10/2011
#365 Falls may sound crushing. Not so rises
12/09/2011
#364 Interesting book but marred by misprints
09/09/2011
#363 Originally ineptly titled ‘RP’ attacked
06/09/2011
#362 Brains Trust guy nutty on voice production
29/08/2011
#361 South American sez: teach Cockney
28/08/2011
#360 The Radio 4 program on RP again
21/08/2011
#359 John Maidment's Speech Internet Dictionary revised
19/08/2011
#358 Some GA/GB contrasts in word stressings etc.
12/08/2011
#357 BC Radio 4 farrago of trivialities on 'RP'
28/07/2011
#356 Non-agreed pronunciations of many kinds
25/07/2011
#355 More examples, e.g. breadth, length, of course
21/07/2011
#354 A type not quite unique to Yorkshire
12/07/2011
#353 Performances of readings discussed
06/07/2011
#352 New edition of Brian Mott’s fine textbook
05/07/2011
#351 Some bio data on Jack Windsor Lewis
28/06/2011
#350 Optimism on audibility of speech sounds
21/06/2011
#349
14/06/2011
#348
07/06/2011
#347
01/06/2011
#346
30/05/2011
#345
27/05/2011
#344
21/05/2011
#343
16/05/2011
#342
12/05/2011
#341
20/04/2011
#340
10/04/2011
#339
08/04/2011
#338
04/04/2011
#337
30/03/2011
#336
22/03/2011
#335
14/03/2011
#334
11/03/2011
#333
07/03/2011
#332
13/02/2011
#331 How did David Attenborough pronounce the word lemur?
08/02/2011
#330
02/02/2011
#329
31/01/2011
#328
25/01/2011
#327
23/01/2011
#326
12/01/2011
#325
06/01/2011
#324
29/12/2010
#323
27/12/2010
#322
24/12/2010
#321
19/12/2010
#320
13/12/2010
#319
02/12/2010
#318
30/11/2010
#317
28/11/2010
#316
19/11/2010
#315
14/11/2010
#314
10/11/2010
#313
08/11/2010
#312
26/10/2010
#311
25/10/2010
#310
20/10/2010
#309
19/10/2010
#308
12/10/2010
#307
07/10/2010
#306
30/09/2010
#305
28/09/2010
#304 Englis spelling matters
25/09/2010
#303
24/09/2010
#302 English spelling matters
23/09/2010
#301
22/09/2010
#300
21/09/2010
#299
20/09/2010
#298
18/09/2010
#297
17/09/2010
#296
07/09/2010
#295
05/09/2010
#294
05/08/2010
#293
04/08/2010
#292
03/08/2010
#291
01/08/2010
#290
31/07/2010
#289
27/07/2010
#288
16/07/2010
#287
10/07/2010
#286
09/07/2010
#285
08/07/2010
#284
06/07/2010
#283
28/06/2010
#282
27/06/2010
#281
25/06/2010
#280
16/06/2010
#279
12/06/2010
#278
09/06/2010
#277
31/05/2010
#276 is the final <s> in spouse and the medial <s> in spouses voiced or voiceless?
29/05/2010
#275
26/05/2010
#274
22/05/2010
#273
20/05/2010
#272
17/05/2010
#271
10/05/2010
#270
09/05/2010
#269
04/05/2010
#268
02/05/2010
#267
27/04/2010
#266
26/04/2010
#265
25/04/2010
#264
21/04/2010
#263
19/04/2010
#262
16/04/2010
#261
13/04/2010
#260
11/04/2010
#259
05/04/2010
#258
31/03/2010
#257
27/03/2010
#256
23/03/2010
#255
21/03/2010
#254
15/03/2010
#253
12/03/2010
#252
16/02/2010
#251
13/02/2010
#250
12/02/2010
#249
08/02/2010
#248
25/01/2010
#247
18/01/2010
#246 comments on some traditional and modern GB prons by Antonia Fraser
13/01/2010
#245
11/01/2010
#244
07/01/2010
#243
06/01/2010
#242
25/12/2009
#241
23/12/2009
#240
16/12/2009
#239
14/12/2009
#238
11/12/2009
#237
06/12/2009
#236
04/12/2009
#235
02/12/2009
#234
01/12/2009
#233
29/11/2009
#232
22/11/2009
#231
19/11/2009
#230
18/11/2009
#229
16/11/2009
#228
12/11/2009
#227
08/11/2009
#226
10/10/2009
#225 English spelling matters
09/10/2009
#224 English spelling matters
08/10/2009
#223
07/10/2009
#222
06/10/2009
#221
05/10/2009
#220 A short sketch of Ida C. Ward's contributions to phonetics
04/10/2009
#219
01/10/2009
#218
27/09/2009
#217
18/09/2009
#216
17/09/2009
#215
15/09/2009
#214
14/09/2009
#213
13/09/2009
#212
12/09/2009
#211
11/09/2009
#210
10/09/2009
#209
05/09/2009
#208
04/09/2009
#207
31/08/2009
#206
28/08/2009
#205
07/08/2009
#204
06/08/2009
#203
05/08/2009
#202
04/08/2009
#201
26/07/2009
#200
07/07/2009
#199
28/06/2009
#198
25/06/2009
#197
17/06/2009
#196
16/06/2009
#195
14/06/2009
#194
13/06/2009
#193
12/06/2009
#192
09/06/2009
#191
06/06/2009
#190
03/06/2009
#189
26/05/2009
#188
22/05/2009
#187
21/05/2009
#186
14/05/2009
#185
12/05/2009
#184
11/05/2009
#183
09/05/2009
#182
07/05/2009
#181
05/05/2009
#180
02/05/2009
#179
25/04/2009
#178
24/04/2009
#177
16/04/2009
#176
14/04/2009
#175
10/04/2009
#174
07/04/2009
#173 English spelling matters
05/04/2009
#172 English spelling matters
04/04/2009
#171
30/03/2009
#170
26/03/2009
#169
24/03/2009
#168
18/03/2009
#167
07/03/2009
#166
06/03/2009
#165
05/03/2009
#164
01/03/2009
#163
25/02/2009
#162
23/02/2009
#161
07/02/2009
#160
05/02/2009
#159
03/02/2009
#158
02/02/2009
#157
27/01/2009
#156
26/01/2009
#155
25/01/2009
#154
24/01/2009
#153
23/01/2009
#152
21/01/2009
#151
18/01/2009
#150
15/01/2009
#149
07/01/2009
#148
06/01/2009
#147
04/01/2009
#146
29/12/2008
#145
13/12/2008
#144
12/12/2008
#143
09/12/2008
#142
03/12/2008
#141
01/12/2008
#140
25/11/2008
#139
10/11/2008
#138
14/10/2008
#137
30/09/2008
#136
29/09/2008
#135
22/09/2008
#134
21/09/2008
#133
20/09/2008
#132
14/09/2008
#131
12/09/2008
#130
09/09/2008
#129 English spelling matters
08/09/2008
#128 Harrow -> Harrovian, Toronto -> Torontonian, JAva > Javanese, Shanghai -> ?, Keats -> ?, etc.
06/09/2008
#127 smoothing, Pre-R breaking, Pre-Schwa laxing, D-Tapping, happy vowel, etc.
03/09/2008
#126
01/09/2008
#125 transcription variants of excuss me!
31/08/2008
#124
28/08/2008
#123 critical evaluation of the terms rhotic and rhoticity
09/08/2008
#122
08/08/2008
#121
02/08/2008
#120
30/07/2008
#119
24/07/2008
#118
22/07/2008
#117
21/07/2008
#116
18/07/2008
#115
15/07/2008
#114
09/07/2008
#113
08/07/2008
#112
07/07/2008
#111
04/07/2008
#110
02/07/2008
#109
01/07/2008
#108
30/06/2008
#107
29/06/2008
#106
16/06/2008
#105
15/06/2008
#104
12/06/2008
#103
11/06/2008
#102 English spelling matters
10/06/2008
#101
07/06/2008
#100 personal reminiscences of Gimson and short transcribed passage of his speech
30/05/2008
#099
27/05/2008
#098
22/05/2008
#097
21/05/2008
#096
19/05/2008
#095
17/05/2008
#094
15/05/2008
#093
13/05/2008
#092
03/05/2008
#091
17/04/2008
#090
14/04/2008
#089
11/04/2008
#088
08/04/2008
#087
07/04/2008
#086
06/04/2008
#085
04/04/2008
#084
03/04/2008
#083
01/04/2008
#082
30/03/2008
#081
28/03/2008
#080
27/03/2008
#079
26/03/2008
#078
25/03/2008
#077
23/03/2008
#076
22/03/2008
#075
21/03/2008
#074
20/03/2008
#073
19/03/2008
#072
18/03/2008
#071
17/03/2008
#070
16/03/2008
#069
15/03/2008
#068
14/03/2008
#067
13/03/2008
#066
04/03/2008
#065
22/02/2008
#064
21/02/2008
#063
21/02/2008
#062
20/01/2008
#061
14/01/2008
#060
08/01/2008
#059
06/01/2008
#058
30/12/2007
#057
26/12/2007
#056
19/12/2007
#055
14/12/2007
#054
11/12/2007
#053
04/12/2007
#052
30/11/2007
#051
28/11/2007
#050
25/11/2007
#049
20/09/2007
#048
28/08/2007
#047 English spelling matters
10/08/2007
#046
26/07/2007
#045 /`baʊzə/ and /`rəʊlɪŋ/
25/07/2007
#044
24/07/2007
#043
23/07/2007
#042
22/07/2007
#041
20/07/2007
#040
14/07/2007
#039
12/07/2007
#038 [əʊ] or [oʊ] and the stressability of schwa
01/07/2007
#037 pronunciation of medial /t/ in 'twenty'
29/06/2007
#036
28/06/2007
#035
26/06/2007
#034
24/06/2007
#033
17/06/2007
#032
15/06/2007
#031
14/06/2007
#030
12/06/2007
#029 Is the compression of [i, u] to [j, w] barred when followed by a strong vowel?
04/06/2007
#028
28/05/2007
#027
24/05/2007
#026 pron preferences for letter H, dissect, adult, accept + except, debris, -shire, liquorice, tinnitus, contribute, diphthong
15/04/2007
#025
26/03/2007
#024
09/03/2007
#023 intonation pattern employed in "The train at platform three is the fourteen forty-two to Woking"
26/02/2007
#022 ways of saying the final phrase "of the people, by the people, for the people"
23/02/2007
#021
21/02/2007
#020
10/02/2007
#019
08/02/2007
#018
07/02/2007
#017
02/02/2007
#016
31/01/2007
#015 LPD gives /ɜː/ as the usual stressed vowel, Oxford BBC Guide recommends only /ʊə/
19/01/2007
#014 On the accentability of the second syllable of sorry
14/01/2007
#013 /`kweʃʃn/ isn't these days a reprehensibly careless pronunciation
12/01/2007
#012 rare wfs to be used with care; then, in, on, or, said, so, you, your, you're
03/01/2007
#011 On the hisotry of the final vowel of happy etc.
01/01/2007
#010 How to pronounce 'and' in 2007
28/12/2006
#009 intonation of phrases how are things, how's things etc.
26/12/2006
#008 Does she sound old-fashioned, posh or like a Londoner?
20/12/2006
#007 Which tones are used saying "Whoops"?
04/12/2006
#006 J. Harrington; Xmas broadcasts; Telegraph article; Estuary English recognisable 50+ yrs before '84
18/11/2006
#005 Oxford BBC Guide spellings
12/11/2006
#004 English /æ/ sound made /e/ by learners
10/11/2006
#003 A question of developmental sound change or substitution
08/11/2006
#002 no need to worry much about the exact pron of the happY vowel
01/11/2006
#001 <th> digraph sometimes pronounced as /t/ by English speakers

The help of Jack Windsor Lewis is gratefully acknowledged.

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