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dontcry commented on the word hallucinations
He mentions at the end of the video that he, in addition to being nearly blind, has tinnitus. Maybe that explains his slight trouble with the letter "R"... I thoroughly enjoyed the video, by the way. My grandmother experienced those hallucinations at the end of her life. She went blind from macular degeneration.
January 24, 2010
Telofy commented on the word hallucinations
Among other things the Rs sound fudded (or bilabialized) to me, his realization of /ə/ at the end of words like “here” goes into the direction of ɐ and /æ/ seems a bit closer than I’d expect.
PossibleUnderscore commented on the word hallucinations
It doesn't sound that odd...in fact, it's nicely refined.
January 23, 2010
Wow, what is this accent? Is that common in London?