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Foot, Took

But, Trust, Under

/ʌ/ = /ʊ/
Example: The Bathroom is Upstairs/ðə/ /'bæθru:m/ /ɪz/ /ʊp'steəz/
'a' = /æ/ (cat, mad)BEFORE /f/ /s/ /θ/ /ns/ nt/ /ntʃ/ /mpəl/
Example: One Bird And Six Bats/wʌn/ /bʒ:d/ /ænd/ /sɪks//bæts/[wɑn] [bø:d] [and] [siks] [bats]
/æ/ = [a]/ʒ:/ = [ø:]/ɪ/ = [i]/ɒ/ = [ɑ]
Example: They Might Know/ðeɪ/ /maɪt/ /nəʊ//ðaɪ/ /mɔɪt/ /naʊ/
/eɪ/ = /aɪ//aɪ/ = /ɔɪ//əʊ/ = /aʊ/
Example: Green and Blue are Pretty/grəin/ /ænd/ /bləu/ /a:/ /'prɪtəi/
"You're all here" Example ->
Like most accents, the Midlands have variable H-Dropping.And the /h/ sound is likely to be emitted from function words, but may also be emitted from content words -depending on the speaker
Examle: He's Singing and Dancing/hi:z/ /sɪŋɪŋ/ /ænd/ /dɑ:nsɪŋ//i:z/ /sɪŋgɪŋg/ /ænd/ /dɑ:nsɪŋg/
'ng' = /ŋg/sing, finger
Unlike other accents, there is no NG-Coelescence in the Midlands accent
Example: The Car is in the Garage/ðə/ /ka:/ /ɪz/ /ɪn/ /ðə/ /'gærɪd ʒ/ [ðə] [ka:ɽ] [ɪz] [ɪn] [ðə] ['gæɽɪdʒ]

The 'r' sound is frequently realised as a tap sound in the midlands

/r/ = [ɽ]
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