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pour les Méridionaux, dont je fais partie, natif de Nice, une phrase telle que : "je mange du pain sous un pin" exige 3 sons très sensiblement différents et même 4 si je comptabilise la prononciation de l'article "un". Je ne suis pas en mesure sur mon clavier d'user de symboles phonétiques, mais ( je suis musicien) j'userai de métaphores sonores : le "in" du ...


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In French as spoken in the north of France and in particularly in Quebec, the letter e at the end of a word does not always call for a vowel sound. If you listen to one of those speakers you will not be able to tell the difference between quel [kɛl] or quelle [kɛl] neither between seul [sœl] and seule [sœl], among many other gender dependant examples. It can ...


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Having two vowel sounds in a row does not hinder the pronunciation of French but the fact that when you say quelle école /kɛl ekɔl/ you only hear one vowel sound is explained by the fact that the letter "e" at the end of "quelle" is not sounded. Usually the final "e" of a word is not sounded in French unless it is the only vowel in the word. (As in ...



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