beginning of the next syllable in which case you don't...

Hi,
MPLSRay was trying to point out that the <w> can also form the beginning of the next syllable (await, aweary) in which case you don't get the /ɔ:/ sound. In fact, the word awry is sometimes mispronounced because of wrong syllabification. Is " which" the sentence above a relative pronoun?

I hope you help me.
 
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  • PaulQ

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    Cooperator... your title has absolutely nothing to do with the post!

    No, it is an adjective = being previously mentioned - e.g. "The storm lasted all day, during which time the ship broke up."
     
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