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Marvin A.The former.I beg to differ: both pronunciations are used, accepted and correct. In other words, none is better than the other.
Oh really? I thought that the latter was rather stigmatized in British English.
How a PhD in English would pronounce Often in London?
How do you pronoune this word?
How do you pronounce this word? To rhyme with soften, i.e., without the T sound.
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