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- The French rhotic /ʁ/ is uisually uvular, but it varies bi region. For example, in Québec baith [r] an [ʀ] are uised, dependin on baith region an age.
- In European French, /ŋ/ is eften pronoonced [ŋɡ], but in Québec, it is merged wi /ɲ/.
- Eften replaced bi [ʁ].
- Nasal vouels are lenthened afore ony consonant, but oral vouels are lenthened afore [v, ʁ, z, ʒ].
- In Parisian French, /œ̃/ is uisually merged wi /ɛ̃/, /ɑ/ wi /a/ an /ɛː/ wi /ɛ/. The pairs mey be distinguished in Belgian, Swiss an Canadian French an in some regions o Fraunce or amang aulder speakers.
- The stress faws on the last full syllable o a phrase except in emphatic speech.
- The syllable break ⟨.⟩ is uised sparingly.
- In liaison, the latent final consonant is pronoonced afore a follaein vouel soond, but s an x are vyced an pronoonced [z], an d is unvyced an pronoonced [t].