Jen (ylla) wrote,

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what can I do to be understood by you

British English certainly isn't rhotic so there is no /r/ involved.

I think a few million people in Scotland, northern England, Northern Ireland, and probably other parts of England and Wales I don't know about might like to disagree.

RP != British English

(and I can't understand how anyone could pronounce 'raw' and 'roar' the same. Do they talk about a raw of houses? Or eating a row carrot? Or do lions rawr? I am confused.)
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