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In everyday conversations, I often hear "a" pronounced as "ei" instead of "a" sound. I think it's because you want some time to think during a conversation. Is this right? Or are there any other reasons?

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In everyday conversations, I often hear "a" pronounced as "ei" instead of "a" sound. I think it's because you want  some time to think during a conversation. Is this right? Or are there any other reasons?
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