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November 12, 2010


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Gene Callahan

"It's derived from British English, so it's non-rhotic -- if an r-sound is terminal, or interior before a consonant, it disappears."

London English is non-rhotic, but not all of Britain has a London accent! Cornwall, Devon, Hertfordshire and some other places pronounce their r's properly/

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