Another one is [ˈtuːt̬ərz], which does not work in General British however.
|credit: Stephan Pastis|
A small number of actor-phoneticians were recruited, and came to our recording facilities in Oxford to read each transcription aloud. Besides having clear voices, suitable accents, and some experience behind the microphone, they needed to be able to read the IPA transcriptions.I am inclined to think, however, that they are not (sufficiently) phonetically trained to pronounce weakforms in a natural way or to pronounce a schwa whenever the script requires them to.
|credit; Oxford University Press|
|credit: Oxford University Press|