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I have always pronounced as "dė", regardless of the context, but I have heard people pronouncing it as "di"(fifth tone). For instance,

  • 我的(di)姑娘
  • 暖暖的(di)
  • 漫長的(di)歲月

I do not remember the context of the above examples though.

Is this pronunciation applied in certain colloquial context? Or does it belong to a regional dialect?

Thanks in advance!

marked as duplicate by Claw, Community May 3 '15 at 22:57

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    It's in my opinion that the currently second highest voted answer (written by Betty) of the linked duplicate question is the actual correct answer. – Claw May 3 '15 at 22:58
  • Thank you! And thanks for marking it as duplicate! I've seen the question and somehow forgot about it... – Thomas Hsieh May 3 '15 at 23:55