Date: Tue, 31 Oct 1995 12:42:34 CST
From: David DROJAS1[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]UA1VM.UA.EDU
Subject: Re: folk/folklore
After the /I/ in 'milk', 'silk', and 'film', I do pronounce the /l/ before the
final consonant; however, in /a/ words such as 'balm', 'calm', 'balk', 'talk',
'walk', etc, I think I never pronounce the /l/ before the final consonant.
I would like to get some feedback on the distribution of this pronunciation
"rule" that I seem to express. D M Rojas (drojas1[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]ua1vm.ua.edu)