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Received Pronunciation And Cockney English In British English GROUP 3 Nguyễn Vy Uyển Thanh Nguyễn Phương Thảo Huỳnh Thị Tường Vy Nguyễn Thị Anh Thư Hoàng Bảo Trân Receive Pronunciation (RP) Introducti. Received Pronunciation And Cockney English In British English GROUP Nguyễn Vy Uyển Thanh Nguyễn Phương Thảo Huỳnh Thị Tường Vy Nguyễn Thị Anh Thư Hoàng Bảo Trân Receive Pronunciation (RP) Introduction of RP - Received pronunciation, or RP, refers to an accent in English regarded by many people as a ‘standard' accent It has also been called ‘the Queen's English' or ‘BBC English’ • - “Received” means that this pronunciation is accepted, or adopted by British society • - It is widely for teaching English as a foreign language • History of RP - It was introduced in British public shools in the 19th century - The concept of Received Pronunciation was developed by Daniel Jones (1881–1967), - After the phonetician Daniel Jones has used RP for the second edition of the “English pronouncing dictionary (1924), it became an accent of social elite => RP became a synonym of high class, social prestige, and superiority for its speaker - Today, 2-3% of UK population speaks with RP: Kate Middelton, Emma Watson, etc Characteristics of RP Yod-dropping Non-rhotic Intrusive /r/ Vowels Yod-dropping RP does not have yod-dropping (j) after /n/, /t/, /d/, /z/ and /θ/ new, tune, dune, resume and enthusiasm are pronounced /njuː/, /tjuːn/ , /djuːn/, /rɪˈzjuːm/ and /ɪ nˈθjuːziæzm/ (RP) new, tune, dune, resume and enthusiasm are pronounced /nuː/, /tuːn/, /duːn/, /rɪˈzuːm/ and /ɪnˈ θuːziæzm/ (GA) Non-rhotic RP is a non-rhotic accent, so /r/ does not occur unless followed immediately by a vowel court hard car Receive Pronunciation kɔːt /hɑːd/ /kɑː / General American /kɔːrt/ /hɑːrd/ /kɑːr/ Vowels Received Pronunciation General American Dynasty /ˈdɪn.ə.sti/ /ˈdaɪ.nə.sti/ Authorization /ˌɔː.θər.aɪˈzeɪ.ʃən/ /ˌɑː.θɚ.əˈzeɪ.ʃən/ Globalization /ˌɡləʊ.bəl.aɪˈzeɪ.ʃən/ /ˌɡloʊ.bəl.əˈzeɪ.ʃən/ Zebra /ˈzeb.rə/ /ˈziː.brə/ Leisure /ˈleʒ.ər/ /ˈliː.ʒɚ/ Problem /ˈprɒb.ləm/ /ˈprɑː.bləm/ Wallet /ˈwɒl.ɪt/ /ˈwɑ:.lɪt/ Intrusive R The intrusive R pronunciation happens between two words, where the first word ends in a vowel sound and the second word begins in a vowel sound • • I saw a film today → I saw[r] a film today Law and order → Law[r] and order The 24 standard lexical sets distinguishing RP and GA Cockney English in British English The term of “Cockney” Cockney Rhyming Slang 3.Aspects or Features of the Cockney Accent Sort of Non-Standard Elements Introduction ● Cockney English was spoken by the working and lower-middle classes(Londoners) due to their lack of education ● Cockney is also often used to refer to anyone from London—in particular, from its East End ● Cockney is famous for its rhyming slang, the use of the double negative much of which is humorous Ex: strife = wife • Nowadays, the Cockney accent as such is not longer looked down upon by people -> It is now believed to be an important part of British culture -> Cockney as an “official dialect” among the more than 100 languages Cockney Rhyming Slang • Cockney rhyming slang is a form of English slang which originated in the East End of London • Rhyming slang works by replacing the word to be obscured with the first word of a phrase that rhymes with that word • Ex: “face”  “boat” -> “boat race” “feet”  “plate” -> “plates of meat” “money”  “bread” -> “bread and honey” Famous cokcney David Beckham Martin Gore Charlie Chaplin Amy Winehouse 03 SIX ASPECTS OR FEATURES OF THE COCKNEY ACCENT “th” sound -> f / v FEATURES OF THE COCKNEY accent E.g.: WEATHER -> WEVER THINK -> FINK THREE -> FREE WITH -> WIV There are three of them TOGETHER -> TOGEVER OTHER -> UVA • A Cockney person may not use the "the", they'll use an "f" or a "v" sound They are just putting their top teeth are on the bottom lip when they say those word 2 “t” sound - the glotal stop FEATURES OF THE COCKNEY accent E.g.: COMPUTER -> COMPU’ER MATTER -> MA’ER BETTER -> BE’ER Does it maer how I speak ? • They don’t pronounce a “t” so you can get this word The “t” doing a glottal in their throat 3 The letter “l” -> w FEATURES OF THE COCKNEY accent MILK -> MAWL / MAIWL E.g.: WALES -> WOWS We went to Wows for our holiday -> “We went to Wales for our holiday” • This word with a very strong accent tends to pronounce it like “wows” with an “S” on the end • Cockney speakers tend to make a “wa” sound where instead of the “l” The letter “h” - dropped FEATURES OF THE COCKNEY accent HAND -> AND HIM -> IM HELLO -> ELLO • The Cockney speakers tend to miss off the “h” They blow air out of mouth to make the “ha” sound 5 “-ing” -> “-in” • “str” -> “shtr” WORKING -> WORKIN STREET -> SHTREET CLEANING -> CLEANIN STRIKE -> SHTRIKE READING -> READIN STRANGE -> SHTRANGE Mostly verbs, the “g” is dropped • Cockney speakers make it even more difficult by putting a “sh” 04 SORT OF NONSTANDARD ELEMENTS Ain’t -> am not, isn’t , aren’t “I ani’t” -> “I am not” “he ain’t ” -> “ he isn’t” “they ain’t” -> “they aren’t” • The Cockney speak “ain’t” for all the pronouns -> easy to speak and remember 2 “Innit” it mean “isn’t it?” “Dunno” it short for “don’t know” This word not interested and not very polite A kind of grammatical “Was / were” E.g.1: “Why was you late?” -> “Why were you late?” E.g.2: “We was waitin’ for the bus” -> “We were waitin’ for the bus” The wrong form of the verd “to be” , ‘was/were’ in the past ... saw[r] a film today Law and order → Law[r] and order The 24 standard lexical sets distinguishing RP and GA Cockney English in British English The term of ? ?Cockney? ?? Cockney Rhyming Slang 3.Aspects... part of British culture -> Cockney as an “official dialect” among the more than 100 languages Cockney Rhyming Slang • Cockney rhyming slang is a form of English slang which originated in the... sound 5 “-ing” -> “ -in? ?? • “str” -> “shtr” WORKING -> WORKIN STREET -> SHTREET CLEANING -> CLEANIN STRIKE -> SHTRIKE READING -> READIN STRANGE -> SHTRANGE Mostly verbs, the “g” is dropped • Cockney
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