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A merger has been proposed between the NURSE (BrE /3/), STRUT (BrE /2/) and COMMa (BrE /@/) vowels (Bansal and Harrison 1994: 16–17, Bansal 1978: 25, 1990: 223; Gargesh 2004; Hickey 2004: 544; Sailaja 2009: 24–25). Acoustic evidence (Maxwell and Fletcher 2009) showed that some, but not all, speakers have this merger. L1 Hindi speakers, in particular, distinguished the NURSE and COMMa vowels by duration, but not by quality. The L1 Tamil and Gujarati speakers in Wiltshire and Harnsberger’s (2006) acoustic study maintained differences between the NURSE and STRUT vowels (the COMMa vowel not being included in the study), although they were closer to each other in quality than in BrE.
A Course in Modern Icelandic by Friðjónsson, Jón