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    A glottal stop is a speech sound articulated by a momentary, complete closing of the glottis in the back of the throat. Glottal stops occur in many languages and usually pattern as consonants.

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    is that like when you say "to' shop" rather than "to the shop"

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    You mean like .. just glottal nip out for a piss?



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    Here are a couple of audio examples.

    Without glottal stop (as pronounced normally):
    http://www.mcbriens.net/liam/mp3/withoutglottalstop.mp3

    With glottal stop (as pronounced in Glaswegian slang):
    http://www.mcbriens.net/liam/mp3/withglottalstop.mp3

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    le's jus' phase T ou' compe'ely

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    Originally posted by Lamsey@26 October 2003 - 17:29
    Here are a couple of audio examples.

    Without glottal stop (as pronounced normally):
    http://www.mcbriens.net/liam/mp3/withoutglottalstop.mp3

    With glottal stop (as pronounced in Glaswegian slang):
    http://www.mcbriens.net/liam/mp3/withglottalstop.mp3
    Excse me for this but .... Fucking Brilliant.

    I never thought you would actually do it. Audio Visual aids are always so much better

    Can I suggest that everyone download these files. They are only ~30k and explain the concept better than a thesis of any length.

    Eyes watering with laughter btw.

    PS I hope this is not links to copyright material.

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    Originally posted by JPaul+26 October 2003 - 17:21--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (JPaul &#064; 26 October 2003 - 17:21)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-Lamsey@26 October 2003 - 17:29
    Here are a couple of audio examples.

    Without glottal stop (as pronounced normally):
    http://www.mcbriens.net/liam/mp3/withoutglottalstop.mp3

    With glottal stop (as pronounced in Glaswegian slang):
    http://www.mcbriens.net/liam/mp3/withglottalstop.mp3
    Excse me for this but .... Fucking Brilliant.

    I never thought you would actually do it. Audio Visual aids are always so much better

    Can I suggest that everyone download these files. They are only ~30k and explain the concept better than a thesis of any length.

    Eyes watering with laughter btw.

    PS I hope this is not links to copyright material. [/b][/quote]
    Well, I suppose they are copyrighted by me, but they may be freely distributed, modified or taken the piss out of.

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    It&#39;s that voice again

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    Originally posted by Smooch@26 October 2003 - 17:41
    It&#39;s that voice again

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    oh dear god

    I have tears in my eyes too. That second pronounciation is so funny

    More of that&#33;

    I suggest the following: everyone who has a mic records the word &#39;glottal&#39; as she/he would pronounce it

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