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Why do some people pronounce 了 as (liǎo) instead of (le) at the *end* of sentences (not in fixed phrases) like 我吃了(liǎo)? Is it part of a dialect?

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Why do some people pronounce 了 as (liǎo) instead of (le) at the *end* of sentences (not in fixed phrases) like 我吃了(liǎo)? Is it part of a dialect?
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