--> short 'a' (eh) , as the vowel sound in 'heavy'
Nah, 'round 'ere that's 'doop-lee-cut'.
I could go with '-cut', especially further to the U.S. South, where
my family lives. The sound I tried to describe is not exactly as
as "cut", but it's very close. (I hear something more like a
"ket" rather than "kut".)
I don't hear "-lee-" (long e) for the second syllable, however. I
hear) a shortened syllable, much like stopping short of the "t" in
Well, each syllable is perhaps not as pronounced as I indicated.
Vowels are more "dragged out" rather that spoken.
Hull was voted the worst place to live in the UK in 2005.
I'm from Hull and very glad I moved. It's actually a lot worse than
any of the reviews I could find online.
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