A link to the discussion of RP (Received Pronuncation) from the British Library's discussion of language. Check out the rest of the tabs while you're there.

A link to the discussion of RP (Received Pronuncation) from the British Library's discussion of language. Check out the rest of the tabs while you're there.

Received Pronunciation [LP] - Vinyl, 14745058

Received Pronunciation [LP] - Vinyl, 14745058

Received Pronunciation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Received Pronunciation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Received Pronunciation [CD], 14744877

Received Pronunciation [CD], 14744877

Was Received Pronunciation Ever Rhotic? People around the world associate Britain with non-rhoticity, the process whereby /r/ is dropped at the end of syllables such as ‘car‘ and ‘start.’ This impression largely stems from the fact that the non-rhotic Received Pronunciation (RP) was the standard for British English for years, and is still treated as such by many foreign language learners. But was RP always “r-less?”.

Was Received Pronunciation Ever Rhotic? People around the world associate Britain with non-rhoticity, the process whereby /r/ is dropped at the end of syllables such as ‘car‘ and ‘start.’ This impression largely stems from the fact that the non-rhotic Received Pronunciation (RP) was the standard for British English for years, and is still treated as such by many foreign language learners. But was RP always “r-less?”.

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Received Pronunciation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Received Pronunciation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Received Pronunciation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Received Pronunciation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Received Pronunciation - Wikipedia

Received Pronunciation - Wikipedia

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