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lucasso wrote:
> >In English, 'cock-a-doodle-doo' (long and funny-sounding!)
> >[log in to unmask]@l'du:/
>
> my english grammar book describe that english -(C)le endings as syllabes
> based on syllabic 'l'...

Sometimes, especially at the end of a word, as in "little" ([lIrl=],
r=flap), but in my pronunciation of "cock-a-doodle-doo", there's a
definite vowel there, something in between [U] and [@] between the /d/
and the /l/.

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