People Speaking: 13
Lost Without Trace
ˈˏ seərə. 
You wouldnt have Robert `Matthews's new address would you.
ju ˈwʊdnt hav rɒbət `maθjuːzɪz njuː ə`dres, ˏwʊd ju 
No. I'm afraid not Alec. I've only got his parent's address — or rather their
`nəʊ, aɪm əfreɪd `nɒt, alɪk. aɪv ˈəʊni gɒt ɪz `peərn̩ts ədres — ɔː `·rɑːðə, ðeər 
old one I should say, because they moved this summer, I believe.
`əʊld wᴧn, aɪ ʃd ˏseɪ, bəkəz ðeɪ `muːvd ðɪs sᴧmər, aɪ bəˏliːv. 
I've got his old phone-number. The one for his flat in Bradford, if that's any use.
aɪv ˈgɒt ɪz əʊld `fəʊnˏnᴧmbə. [ʔə] ðə ˈwᴧn fr ɪz flat ɪn `bradfəd| ɪf `ðats eni `juːs 
Thanks. But he'll certainly have left there by now.
`·θaŋks. bət il `·sɜːtni | əv `lef ðeə baɪ `·naʊ 
He was due out of it at the end of January.
hi wz ˈdjuː `aʊt əv ɪt | ət ði ˈend əv `ʤanjʊri. 
Still you could ring it and see if there're any new people in it.
`stɪl| ju kʊd `ˏrɪŋ ɪt | ən `siː ɪv ðər r eni `njuː piːpl ˏɪn ɪt 
ˈm ́m 
He might have left a forwarding address with them.
ˈhi `·maɪt əv left ə `·fɔːwədɪŋ | ədres wɪð `ðem