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  • Vowel reduction in English — In English, vowel reduction is the centralization and weakening of an unstressed vowel, such as the characteristic change of many vowels at the ends of words to schwa. Stressed vowels cannot be reduced. Reduced vowelsSchwa is the most common… …   Wikipedia

  • Vowel breaking — Sound change and alternation Metathesis Quantitative metathesis …   Wikipedia

  • Vowel length — IPA vowel length aː aˑ IPA number 503 or 504 Encoding Entity …   Wikipedia

  • Vowel reduction in Russian — Main article: Russian phonology Vowel reduction in Russian differs in the standard language and in dialects. Several ways of reduction (and its absence) are distinguished. There are five vowel phonemes in Standard Russian. Vowels tend to merge… …   Wikipedia

  • English-language vowel changes before historic r — In the phonological history of the English language, vowels followed (or formerly followed) by the phoneme /r/ have undergone a number of phonological changes. In recent centuries, most or all of these changes have involved merging of vowel… …   Wikipedia

  • Scottish Vowel Length Rule — The Scottish Vowel Length Rule, also known as Aitken s Law after Professor A.J. Aitken who formulated it, describes how vowel length in Scots and Scottish English is conditioned by environment.The rule affects all vowels in Central dialects,… …   Wikipedia

  • Great Vowel Shift — The Great Vowel Shift was a major change in the pronunciation of the English language that took place in England between 1350 and 1500.[1] The Great Vowel Shift was first studied by Otto Jespersen (1860–1943), a Danish linguist and Anglicist, who …   Wikipedia

  • English-language vowel changes before historic l — In the history of English phonology, there have been many diachronic sound changes affecting vowels, especially involving phonemic splits and mergers. A number of these changes are specific to vowels which occur before /l/. Contents 1… …   Wikipedia

  • Near-open central vowel — ɐ Image …   Wikipedia

  • Northern cities vowel shift — Three isoglosses identifying the NCVS. In the brown areas /ʌ/ is more retracted than /ɑ/. The blue line encloses areas in which /ɛ/ is backed. The red line encloses area …   Wikipedia

  • Near-open front unrounded vowel — æ Image …   Wikipedia

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