Accent Through the Keyhole: small views of big pictures

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This series of 8 podcasts / posts looks at key questions relating to accent and English teaching by focusing on specific instances and generalizing out from them. This page serves as a contents list for the series:

View 1: Either will do. In which we look at what's not important in pronunciation teaching.

View 2: The brogue meridian. In which we look at 'r' in rhotic and non-rhotic accents.

View 3: The reverse lisp: In which we look at the avoidance of interdental fricatives.

View 4: The bad boy of English pronunciation: In which we look at glottal stops and h-dropping.

View 5: Accent creep: In which we look at the drift apart of English sound and spelling.

View 6: Getting rid of your accent. In which we look at the motivation for changing your pronunciation.

View 7: Twang. In which we look at vowel variation across accents.

View 8: Accent by numbers. In which we look at accent tolerance.

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