English Pronunciation - R & L
30 июля 2013

English Pronunciation - R & L

English Pronunciation - R & L
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#1 написал: MrMissGlorious (1 августа 2013 08:27)
In the midwestern states where I live, it is pronounced as "temp-er-rare-uh-lee" Temp as in temperature. Er as in the "ir" sound in dirt. Rare should rhyme with? "fair". Uh as the main sound in "drum" "dumb" and "sum". Lee, should rhyme with the word "sea". To properly pronounce it without this dialect, I would change the "er" sound with an "or" sound.
#2 написал: nikitas nik (1 августа 2013 08:27)
how about the word "temporarily"? i just hate it whenever i see that "Service temporarily unavailable" and have to read it loud...what's? the correct way to pronounce it?
#3 написал: 30Maicky (1 августа 2013 08:27)
I got no problem with the "R" , it's just that where I'm from? we pronounce it in a very strong way that create a strong accent when I speak English.
#4 написал: Lily Eee (1 августа 2013 08:27)
I love you,? I still have problem with R, I am Chinese. Lily
#5 написал: Eduardo Rocha (1 августа 2013 08:27)
Why are butt pirates butt pirates? Because they? just ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR FRUITS
#6 написал: mario gonzalez (1 августа 2013 08:27)
She is definitely not English, goshhhhh. The ones who said so are mad!!! ?
#7 написал: Jamie Carroll (1 августа 2013 08:27)
Race doesn't have anything to do with how well you are physically able? to pronounce the phonemes of a language; It's all down to how much practice you've had and how much exposure you've had to native speakers using the language in question. If a white person (or any other race) is raised in a community which communicates in Hindi, they will pronounce Hindi exactly like any other person in that community.
#8 написал: marilou tajanlangit (1 августа 2013 08:27)
it s useful to? me
#9 написал: Thorsigurd (1 августа 2013 08:27)
1) Did? she advice people to 'compell' the sounds? ;-) 2) A bearded person with a somewhat Arabic appearance practicing 'la-la-la' on a Tube train might be inadvertently asking for trouble. :-D 3) Practicing the "arrr!" too often as a man in female company whilst out in town is bound to get one quite a few slaps. :-O Funny & awesome lesson though.^^
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