• Slate reports: http://slate.com/id/2108319 / SHEBOYGAN, Wis. If John Kerry loses the election, a reporter once told me, we'll probably be able to blame it on the mistakes he makes while trying to sprinkle local color into his speeches. Here in Sheboygan, during a ...
  • I can understand how one could write "monestary" instead of "monastery" if all of one's information on this word were based on its pronunciation. But if it's in effect a mental cross reference to a mental file folder that included the word ...
  • Unless Google's having a funny turn, it appears that this "word" has never appeared in this newsgroup, despite having racked up over 9,000 hits elsewhere. Only 1 of the 2,000 usenet hits is before 1990 (although the 80s archive is much smaller), ...
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    If you see any mistakes in the following sentence, can I have your comments? The fact that American pronunciation can its speakers' change of face is an interesting finding and it requires a further study in the filed of voice production.
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    Q1: Are there any subject-verb agreement errors in these sentences? Sentence 1: As English learner, I prefer to learn phrases which are simple, easy to remember, and can be used in casual conversation. Sentence 2: I keep plugging away at my English ...
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    Hi all. This is a really good forum for English learners. I'm happy having found it!. I will try to become a regular poster here. I have the following situation. I will be reading the poem "If" of Kipling in a students' concert. I do understand, that ...
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    Hi All, I've just realized that while writing some words, I misspell them, even my pronunciation seems ok. For example, the word "implementation". When I write this word, I write it in this way: "implemantation". What should I do, not to do this ...
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    Hi all! New here. This is for an assignment, I had to make a paragraph in IPA [ american english speaker ] and my teacher would go over it for any corrections. Wanted to post it here to make sure there weren't any glaring mistakes before I handed ...
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    Hi, The following link I found is about the 9 most common pronunciation mistakes, but I found a lot poeple speak this way, even some English native speakers also do so, for example, when speaking fast they say "Fur" instead of "for", "R" for ...
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    Hello i want the answer of this question Q_ Define the following statment phonology,morphology,syntax,semantics.explain how errors can be at those following ?and illustrate your answer with examples where errors can be.  ...
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