note: the words and symbols below refer to the British English sounds.
|middle, modal, puddle, little, it'll, metal ("lateral plosion")||
|couldn't, mightn't, had never, Britain, Briton ("nasal plosion")|
|you and me, James and Clarissa|
|want to go (or 'wanna go'); going to go (or 'gonna go' or 'genna go'); with "d": got to go; with "t": liked to, had to go|
|should have, could have, would have|
|should not have, could not have, would not have|
|"I would not do that if I were you"|
|"I would have ignored them"|
|"You should not have done that"|
|Light: leg, loop, illegal|
"I found them with some others at a pub not far from the hotel."
situation, action, nation, rational, shenanigans
Our warmest thanks go to ...
|Speaker||Geographical origin||Date of recording||Approx age|
Mrs Rajni Singhani
|Udaipur, Rajasthan||Feb 25, 2006||