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Do you want an honest review of your pronunciation? You can record your voice here, and we'll tell you what we think. Reply to this post, and click the link 'RECORD YOUR VOICE' above the editor. Then say this: English is a complex language, it's just a popular tool that I can use to help others understand me. If I keep trying and use it as much as possible, I'll do just fine! Englishforums is the best site in the world Don't be afraid; language is only a tool to communicate thought . The requirement is that you be understood by your target audience. If you're doing that, you're doing fine! Exotic accents are welcome , take your time and good luck!...
 
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which site available for british pronunciation
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At 1:25, Jimmy says "And we wanted to learn to dance like that." What does the girl say right after? "Sure, ________ stand up there. I'll show you..." Could someone please fill in the blanks?
 
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Hi everybody. How can I learn to decide on a word syllabification? I need some simple source of study. Thanks in advance.
 
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Do you enunciate the -ed of wanted in a phrase like the topic title? If so, how?
 
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i do not have any friends who will speak in english then how do i make my language fluent?
 
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what is the meaning of rising intonation
 
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what is the plural of restrain imposed on merchant veassels
 
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Who of you guys don't enunciate the t sound? On an accent reduction course, they said that americans don't enunciate the t sound when it precede with an n. Because of this, I closely paid attention to english native speaker, and it has come to my attention that most, if not all, english native speaker, including american native speakers, do pronounce the t sounds.
 
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what is the title of the poem
 
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Context: These new ideas are penetrating into the minds of the younger generation.
 
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What kind of accent do Hollywood stars like Will Smith, Tom Cruise, and Brad Pitt have? What about talk show host like David Letterman and Jimmy Kimmel?
 
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Hey teachers, what is the difference between 'she has a card' and 'she has the card'? I know both are correct but the talks about the kind of card she has right?
 
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Hi all, I'm going to USA next week, I'm wondering what you say when you approach someone in public. What are the customs of americans? When I want to ask for directions, do I have to greet the people to whom I'm talking? 1) Hi sir/ma'am, could I ask you something? Do you know where... Or is this sufficient? 2) Excuse me, do you know where... When I want to check in the hotel, what do you say? Hi, I've booked 2 rooms. I'd like to check-in. What about entering a restaurant in USA? What do native speakers say? Do you greet the staff or not? Hi, table for 4 please. Can someone help me out with this?
 
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Hi guys, i haven't lived in india since i was four and have been in the philippines for the majority of my life. I can speak english with no problem and have been doing so for more than 10 years but i stil can't seem to shake off my accent. Any suggestions?
 
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how to pronounce a name hermione
 
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is there any software for British accent where i can practice and get it correct ?
 
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change to passive people ought not to speak about such things in public
 
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In some texts, it was noted that their are 5 (a, e,i,o,u) vowel sounds; whereas, in some texts, in was noted that there are 27 vowel sounds (as in the phonetic chart) . Can you help me to know what they are?
 
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Hi there, Is there any difference between big and large in the following sentences. I have a big family. I have a large family. Thanks
 
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How do you say twenty?
 
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Could anyone dispel my doubt. On the www.thefreedictionary.com one can find and hear British and American pronunciation of the word I mentioned. I tried to confirm the British variant but the second source only (www.merriam-webster.com) states the transcription \`splin\. What is the truth?
 
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I have realized that pronouncing the city name Seattle is really demanding and I was wondering if there is both a flap sound and dark L in the name? Seattle [siǽ tl ] Here the t can be a flap sound and the L at the end can be a dark L, right? What do you native English speakers think? Thank you so much as usual.
 
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Hi, (1) How do you usually pronounce this abbreviation? Always in full (just "millimeters of mercury")? (2) About meteo forecasts in North America. Do your weather girls normally use "hPa" or "mmHg" ... or anything else :-)? mus-te
 
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please list the important definitions in phonology and phonetics if u can ..
 
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What did "Batman" say at 3:28? I hear something like "He laced my soup with ____" I think it's 'glue' but i'm not sure.
 
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