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Are nasals stop consonants?
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It's all about the manner of articulation. A stop consonant is by definition a sound produced by the complete obstruction of airflow though the mouth, at least for a short time. There are two kinds, ...

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Why did Canadian English remain so close to standard U.S English?
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I have three possible reasons why you can't tell a "neutral" Canadian accent from a "neutral" American accent, which probably synergize. The first is that urban centers speed up language evolution. ...

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