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Watashi escreveu:No caso, não se faz o som do "TH" ? E sim substituí por "d" que então fica "dérai"?
'Th' sound to vanish from English language ...
Visitors expecting to hear the Queen’s English spoken on the streets of London in 50 years may need to "fink" again.
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By 2066, linguists are predicting that the "th" sound will vanish completely in the capital because there are so many foreigners who struggle to pronounce interdental consonants - the term for a sound created by pushing the tongue against the upper teeth.
The "th" sound – also called the voiced dental nonsibliant fricative – is likely to change to be replaced an "f", "d", or "v" meaning "mother" will be pronounced "muvver" and "thick" will be voiced as "fick".
Read more: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2016 ... e-of-mult/