Chatterbox: Teacher's Book Level 2 by Derek Strange

By Derek Strange

Stimulating actions inside of a graded syllabus.

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Observe and follow them closely as you play and say each one. Southern speech particularly substitutes oh for several vowels, as do Midwestern and Southwestern to a lesser degree. It is clearly heard in wohnt (want), moh-wer (more), kohs (course), ohl (oil). Oy as oh is unmistakable in No. ” Ow becomes aow almost universally in the South, for educated and uneducated speakers. ind 41 1/14/06 4:21:17 PM 42 • Dialects for the Stage literature, would be caynt in our respelling. See laygs, Midwestern.

Expense expaynse Short e becomes ay nasalized. cells say-ulls Short e becomes ay drawled. state styte Long a becomes long i. house haowse Ow becomes aow, practically standard. I’m Aa’m Long I becomes short a sustained, as in Midwestern. one wawn Short u becomes aw. thing thang Short i in ing becomes short a. where whar Whar is more an idiom than a word with a dialectal vowel change. there thayer The vowel in ere becomes ay-er. want wohnt See Midwestern vowel changes. more mohwer Awr becomes oh-wer.

Southern speakers use either aa or ah wherever long i occurs, but especially in the personal pronoun. The examples on the CD vary. Observe and follow them closely as you play and say each one. Southern speech particularly substitutes oh for several vowels, as do Midwestern and Southwestern to a lesser degree. It is clearly heard in wohnt (want), moh-wer (more), kohs (course), ohl (oil). Oy as oh is unmistakable in No. ” Ow becomes aow almost universally in the South, for educated and uneducated speakers.

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