Rick Mc Callister rmccalli at sunmuw1.MUW.Edu
Wed Aug 11 17:52:58 UTC 1999

	When I was in Montreal I heard /kaetr at -vae~-dzIs/ on the radio and
something like /kaet-vay~dzIs/ in the stores
	[ae = sound similar to vowel of American English at]


What about the Quebecois? They
>usually speak rather old-fashioned French (to European ears) (I've been
>there twice, but didn't pay attention, probably because  I already had
>enough trouble with 'cent' and 'sans', which sound the same to all but to
>the Quebecois).

	What's the scoop on 'cent' and 'sans'. I thought both were /sa~/

Rick Mc Callister
Mississippi University for Women
Columbus MS 39701

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