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Ray wrote:
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This Brit, now in his 69th year, has always read "eh" as [e(j)]. Way  
back in the 1940s, Reginald Dutton, another Brit, indicated the long  
vowels of Speedwords with "ah, eh, ee, oh, oo" /a:/, /e:/, /i:/, /o:/  
and /u:/.
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I've always interpreted "eh" as [E]--and, indeed, have used "eh"
to represent [E] for non-linguists.  Never had any problems with
it thus far.

-David
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