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 Which is kinda strange
since Aussies have a notorious habit if pronouncing every vowel as
schwa :)
So for a typical Australian, it would be pronounced as /r@m@mb@/ and
/d@c@mb@/  Hmmm.... so perhaps we should just forget writing vowels
altogether and stick with consonantal trigraphs.... ;)
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Really? Well, actually, there are many Australian dialects, and you
don't really define "typical", but my speech, which would be
considered normal, generic news-reader-type English, would
have /r@mEmb@/ and /d@[log in to unmask] I'm sure that I would get laughed at if
I pronounced those two words with /@/ instead of /E/... some of them
might even think I was trying to make fun of New Zealanders :P

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