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5 6 -5 7 Frig. 54 38 I I I I I I I T F I I T I IT t I I I I I I Exercise 57 A thrl9 kind of glide after vowers. A third kind of glide which follows vowels differs from /w,y/ inthat the gliding is from the vowel position toward a mid-central position of the tongue. This kind ofglide occurs in all dialects of English, but is most conspicuous in those which do not have an /r/phoneme occurring at the ends of phrases. In these dialects, we hear pronunciations that are sometimes represented in spellingas "heah," "cah," or "yahd," How should we represent this glide in a phonemic writing system?

All thousand children in Kenneth's school had an unscheduled fire ciay. l take the numbered sentences of "A" and see what has happened to them in "B" and "C, " you will see that there is much more grammatical diverthanin the other versions. " And of course some classes can handle a much more complicated "C" than others can. II I I I EXERCISE: Below are an "A" version of an anecdote and two other versions of it. Inspect these tvvo versions, and decide which is the simpler. Make a list of the grammatical structures which are contained in the "C" version, but are absent from the "B" version.

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