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The main principles for the pronunciation of Chaucer's language, so far as it differs from ours, are these: Every letter should be sounded, especially the final
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Spellings and pronunciations have altered over the centuries, one example is Linthorpe was Lindrop and several other spellings since Saxon times.
The thing with words is they constantly evolve and take on new meanings and pronunciations.
Meant for use in short courses or self-study by students of all backgrounds and levels of education, this package (textbook, audio pronunciations CD, and TermPlus 3.
Linguistic experts at the British Library have found that many British English speakers are refusing to use American pronunciations for everyday words such as schedule, patriot and advertisement.
Each chapter has definitions, lists of terms, illustrations, pronunciations, and Spanish translations of key terms.
Thick cardboard pages with colorful illustrations show names of zoo animals and sentences in English and Chinese with phonetic pronunciations spelled in English underneath the Chinese characters.
As did the fact the suggested pronunciations, if used, would've caused as much hissing and spitting as a cat in a Vietnamese kitchen.
Other words which have two like letters with obviously different pronunciations include JACKAL, ACETIC, EGRET, GORGE, INSIDE, JERONIMO, BASES, UNUSED, XEROX and YELLOWY.
Table 1 lists names and correct pronunciations for commonly mispronounced muscles.
The lexicon file contains the orthography, corresponding pronunciations, lemmas and morphosyntactic descriptors of lexical entries in a format based on requirements deigned by the W3C Voice Browser Activity.
Some of the secrets of BBC newsreaders' clipped pronunciations are to be made public for the first time in a new book.
DES Lynam has attacked football commentators for using foreign pronunciations of teams and players.
Designed to correspond with "A Greek Alphabetarion", A Greek Hupogrammon: A Beginner's Copybook for the Greek Alphabet with Pronunciations is a self-instructional, consumable workbook for anyone age 8 to adult who is beginning studies in reading, writing, and speaking the Greek language.