aThe chief mistakes made by the Irish in pronouncing English, lie for the most part in the sounds of the two first vowels, a and e : the former being generally sounded Ac by the Irish, as in the word bAcr, in most words where it is pronounced A, anbsp;...
|Title||:||A critical pronouncing dictionary ... The twenty-sixth edition|
|Author||:||John WALKER (the Philologist.)|