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This is because NBC, the official broadcaster of the 2018 Winter Olympics, has decided to stick to its own pronunciation where the ''chang'' in PyeongChang rhymes with sang, instead of tong.
The former pronunciation is the older one, and is regarded by some people as the only correct one, especially in British English.
The rest of the country is a mixture of the two pronunciations.
Yet, Crystal argues, when used knowingly, the number of alternative pronunciations offered in the dictionary might elicit different characterizations and interactions to consider in rehearsal (x).
For instance this southern layer is manifest in the double readings for some ru tone syllables, such as the two pronunciations se and shai for [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'color', in which the former is of southern origin and entered Beijing usage through the perception of it as a more literate pronunciation.
Detailed descriptions of the major varieties of English around the world are presented in Part IV, where the contributors focus on the pronunciations of English in North America, Britain, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and India.
The app, which is available for download on Google Play, lets you listen to, learn and record pronunciations of words in over 325 languages.
The thing with words is they constantly evolve and take on new meanings and pronunciations.
The author includes pronunciations affected by liaison.
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.
The Vocalizer Studio suite of tools allows users to create text-processing rules and modify pronunciations.
As did the fact the suggested pronunciations, if used, would've caused as much hissing and spitting as a cat in a Vietnamese kitchen.
However, the software is still insufficient in offering the feedback to learners for the analysis results of incorrect pronunciations.
5 : one of the different pronunciations, spellings, or inflections a word may have <The plural form of "lady" is "ladies.