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At 1:48

he says channel 2 and and not canal 2 (of the ear for example) am I correct? because I know canal is not said that way as he said in that video..

At 1:50-2 the lower part of _____
he says "spoke Lear duct"? I ran a search for this in google and didn't come up with something, maybe he says something else?

thanks.

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PalabraAt 1:48he says "channel 2"

Yes, that's right.

PalabraAt 1:50-2 the lower part of the this cochlear duct. he says "spoke Lear duct"?

I pointed the word "cochlea" out to you in another post. Did you learn it or even look it up in the dictionary?

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If this is your response, why you even bother to answer? please don't answer me for the next times.

PalabraAt 1:48he says channel 2

Yes.

PalabraAt 1:50-2 the lower part of _____he says "spoke Lear duct"?

No, it is cochlear duct which was pronounced the American way as "koke leer duct". The first part rhymes with the brand name Coke.


In British English it is pronounced as "cock leer duct". This is because the short O sound is not pronounced in the same way in the two kinds of English.

Many thanks for this great explanation

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PalabraIf this is your response, why did you even bother to answer? please don't answer my questions in future. me for the next times.

We expect learners to take note of what we point out. I had pointed that word out to you just a couple of days ago, so I was surprised that you still asked about it again. In any case, I can assure you that I will not bother wasting my precious time on your posts. There are plenty of other members here who are civilized, polite and who appreciate what we do. Thread closed.