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Even though this is wrong, NBC's pronunciation policy seems to exist because it sounds ''cleaner,'' as Sports Business Journal quoted Mark NBC Broadcasting and Sports chairman Mark Lazarus as saying.
In any language, pronunciation, not spelling, is the basic significance of words.
A Recognised pronunciation B Real pronunciation C Received pronunciation D Rich pronunciation 12.
Software and Network Solutions, has announced the introduction of a new Pronunciation Activity Tool integrated into SANSSpace[TM], the company's web-based interactive language learning platform.
The former pronunciation is the older one, and is regarded by some people as the only correct one, especially in British English.
Bregzit" is now associated with those who support leaving the European Union, with "Breksit" being the pronunciation for those who wanted to remain in the union.
She said: "There is no controversy about the pronunciation of Ingleby, which is derived from Angles, English, or Ingle a person's name and By, a village or settlement.
There is a third pronunciation available for the word - in the form of the village of Scone in Scotland, which is pronounced "skoon".
The Oxford Dictionary of Original Shakespearean Pronunciation.
A similar form of mixed Mandarin served briefly as the National Pronunciation of China in the early twentieth century and came to be called lan-qing Guanhua 'blue-green Mandarin'.
Second Language Pronunciation Assessment: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
Mostly pronunciation scoring and mispronunciation detection are considered as a single task.
The British interpretation of the name's pronunciation went uncorrected throughout the author's life - even by his family and the man himself.
Until recently, literature on Latin diction has been sparse; while rules for pronunciation appeared as a brief chapter in some diction textbooks, most pedagogues relied upon Singers' Liturgical Latin: Rules for Pronunciation plus Standard Sacred Texts with IPA Transcriptions and English Translations by Robert S.
The Handbook of English Pronunciation is a long-awaited, state-of-the-art reference book which will be a valuable resource for language researchers and teachers alike.