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10 commonly mispronounced words in English - Spoken English lesson



10 commonly mispronounced words in English - Spoken English lesson Blog : http://www.learnex.in/learn-english-words-that-are-mispronounced-speak-english-fluently Spoken English is a tricky language and many times pronunciations for certain words can be very confusing. Sometimes, the simplest of English words can end up being the most mispronounced. In this Spoken English lesson let’s look at the correct pronunciation of few such words. Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Website : http://www.letstalkacademy.in Comfortable – comes from two word - comfort + able Correct pronunciation is ‘Kum-fur-tbl’. The alphabet “a” is almost silent here. Breakfast – comes from two words – break + fast Correct pronunciation is ‘brek – fst’ Again the “a” is silent here. February is pronounced as ‘Feb-ru-aree’ Some people pronounce it as ‘Feb-u-aree’ and that is incorrect . The “r” is not silent Mortgage is said as ‘Mor-gage’ The “t” is silent here. Buffet – meaning spread of food is said as ‘Bu-fey’ The “t”at the end is silent . Mischievious OR Mischievous – meaning someone who is naughty or full of mischief Pronunciation –‘mis-chee-vi-us’ If you say it as ‘mis-chee-vus’ it is incorrect . Jewel – is said as ‘Jool’ & Jewellery is said as ‘Jool-ri’ The “ewe” is said as “oo” over here. Recur comes from re + occur It is pronounced as – re’-kur Bowl – is said as ‘bol’ and not ‘bow-ool’ The “w” is silent Plural – meaning more than one It is said as ‘Ploo-ral’ and not ‘Plo-ral’ The “u” is pronounced as “oo”

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