CoBB the Generous wrote:Not at all, dog is pronounced as /dɔg/ in the UK and /dɔːg/ or /dɑg/ in the US according to my dictionary, and also that's how I remember from my studies. /ɒ/ is the rounded pair of /ɑ/.
The sound /ɒ/ does not occur in American English, and words which have this vowel in British pronunciation will instead have /ɑː/ or /ɔː/ in American English. For instance, got is /gɒt/ in British English, but /gɑːt/ in American English, while dog is British /dɒg/, American /dɔːg/.
Starian wrote:Hungarian "a" and British English "o" in "dog" are the same phones.
Starian wrote:Ok it's the same sound. British English "o" in "dog" and Hungarian "a".
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