How do you say controversy in America?
Break ‘controversy’ down into sounds: [KON] + [TRUH] + [VUR] + [SEE] – say it out loud and exaggerate the sounds until you can consistently produce them.
What words do British pronounce differently?
“Both also can”
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Why do British say H wrong?
In Britain, H owes its name to the Normans, who brought their letter “hache” with them in 1066. … Hache is the source of our word “hatchet”: probably because a lower-case H looks a lot like an axe. It has certainly caused a lot of trouble over the years.
Why do British say maths?
The UK version is more logical. Math is an abbreviation of mathematics, which is a count noun in British English because there are different types of maths (geometry, algebra, calculus, etc.) and a mass noun that happens to end in an ‘s’ in American English (like gymnastics in both dialects).
How do the British pronounce Chloe?
Break ‘Chloe’ down into sounds: [KLOH] + [EE] – say it out loud and exaggerate the sounds until you can consistently produce them.
Below is the UK transcription for ‘Chloe’:
- Modern IPA: klə́wɪj.
- Traditional IPA: ˈkləʊiː
- 2 syllables: “KLOH” + “ee”
What does literally or figuratively mean?
What does literally mean? Although figuratively has room for interpretation or exaggeration, literally is exact and concrete in its meaning.
How do you say literally in Australia?
Break ‘literally’ down into sounds: [LIT] + [UH] + [RUH] + [LEE] – say it out loud and exaggerate the sounds until you can consistently produce them.
How is harass pronounced?
‘Harass’ rhymes with ‘embarrass’. Try pronouncing ’embarrassed’ as you pronounce ‘harassed’.