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If I have phonetic sounds like (that I, go to, but how, about it) and these sounds have the sound r as ( thar i, gor to, bur how, abour it) . what do we usulally call this process?
brief explanation would help me understand this process.
But in the last verse, the lyrics are:
'The ma'adors cried
Toro! li'l bull -
You're norra li'l bull...'
In 'not a' one might expect a glottal stop [ɂ]. But the internal rhyme with 'Toro' suggests that there is an alveolar flap.
BobK may well be right about mishearing a glottal stop but people from Liverpool certainly produce something like a /r/ when/t/ comes between two vowels. The Liverpool realisation of /r/, however, tends to be [ɹ].
I'm afraid I can't help you with the original question about the name of this process