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Using 'And' In Numbers?

I know that using the word " and " in numbers is wrong (one hundred and ten) but I can't find a site that explains this. Especially since and is removed from web search...

T Pronunciation When Preceded By An Aspirated...

Hey guys! If i'm not mistaken (and please, correct me if am), when a "t" is preceded by an aspirated sound, i won't be aspirated too, such as in words like history and after...

Mark Stress In These Words?

Mark stress in these words artistic activity political controversy developed following authorities particular community procession ...

2226Hrs?

I read this sentence in a British aviation magazine: Once clearance was received from air traffic control, the two Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 turbofans roared into life and we accelerated...

Difference Between The Symbols ' T, T...

Well, the question is pretty much self explanatory, but i thought i might give you guys some background. I was looking for the phonetic spellings of some some words, and i found...

Is "Wouldn't" Stressed?

I wouldn't do this , if my mum was sleep ing in the same room as me.

Linking Sounds With "The", "They", "Their...

I know that the common type of linking sound is [consonant + vowel]. However, sometimes I hear people link the sounds /s/,/z/,/m/,/n/ with the word "the" /ðə/, /ði:/ by eliminating...

Pronounce "Livesey" From Treasure Island...

Directing Treasure Island , and trying to determine the accurate British pronunciation from the mid-1800s of Dr. Livesey. Is it effectively two syllables: like LIVE-zee ;...

Pronunciation Of Pershore?

How do you pronounce the town Pershore please.

Please, Judge My Accent. Reading Sonnet...

https://vocaroo.com/i/s0GzYp1W18b7

A Girl For Voice Chatting?

hi does any girl (cuz i am a little shy with boyz:D) here want to have a voice chat with me? i want to improve my talking skills.

Liqueur?

Hi, Problem word: LIQUEUR I have checked all the online dictionaries available in the OneLook suite, yet not sure how to pronounce this French word "best"... Some dictionaries...

Long U Sound Or Y Sound?

Hi. I was told words like "university" have a long "u" sound. Then I also was told it has a "yoon" sound and therefore it isn't a vowel sound. I'm confused. Isn't a long "u"...

Agave?

Hello, Online dictionaries claim this word allows THREE different pronunciations, specifically: (1) schwa- GEI -vee ( accent on the 2nd syllable) (2) schwa- GA: -vee (3) A gaiv...

Is The Stress Pattern And Intonation Correct...

You're two months / be hind with your wat er bill . \ sea / bass fil et \ Jac ket po ta to with baked bean and cheese . \ / = rising \ = falling \/ ...

Is SCHWA A One Sound ONLY?

Well, I don't know why but when people pronounce certain words with the "-tion" at the end. It does not sound like "shun" at all. It sounds more like "shin" Why do dictionaries...

How To Avoid Picking Up Accents When Living...

Countries such as Singapore and the Philipines. People living there speak in weird English accents. Is it possible to avoid picking up accents and stick to British accent? Does...

Phonological Foot?

Hello people, currently I am studying pronunciation. The book (English pronunciation for student teachers) writes the following: "A stressed syllable plus any following unstressed...

Froese?

Hello Friends, How can I pronounce "Froese" in English? It is a proper name (actually, Canadian last name). For example, like "Martin Scorsese"? or another way? Thank you ...

What Does He Say? (Cockney)?

Timestamp 12:44 - 12:45, link: "I gonna …" ...

What Does This Youtuber Say?

Timestamp 0:49 - 0:53, link: I listened to this fragment quite a few times, but I still can't make it out.

Is It Pronunced Kwestʃən Or?

Is it pronunced kwestʃən or kweschən please?

British Nasal Vs American Nasal Vs Asian...

What are the differences? Which one is the most nasal? Asian? Tried listening NHK, BBC. The difference I have noticed is nasality but both has a RP pronunciation.

Valkyrie?

Hi, As far as I know native speakers put the stress either on the first or on the second syllable in this word. Which pronunciation have you heard most often ( meaning US/GB...

Nasal And Oral Differences?

English vowels which are typically oral (the air is realised through the mouth). I don't get it and what the differences? ...
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