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Anonymous:I think both are the correct one.. It depends on the country u r in
Anonymous:Well, it depends. If you are American, it's education. However, if you are Brtish, it's edjucation. I read it somewhere on the web.
AnonymousWell, it depends. If you are American, it's education. However, if you are Brtish, it's edjucation. I read it somewhere on the web.It is the same in both BrE and AmE, except for how the diphthong 'ay' is realized.
Coda d and t, when followed by a back vowel, get affricated (lenited). In some lects, for instance, Australian English, they get affricated even when d and t are in the onset: chune for tune
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