THE SECRET OF PRONUNCIATION- BRITISH VS AMERICAN ENGLISH

British and American English Words


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THE SECRET OF PRONUNCIATION!
PART-4
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To-day, I am going to say what the secret is.
It is about the sound of 'r'.
1. In British English,the sound of 'r' is made before Vowel Sounds.

In Details-----

1. In British English, 'r' is not made at the end of a word and before consonant Sounds.
Example----"far"--in this word 'r' is not made.Because, it is at the end.
                     "turn"--in this word "r" is not made.Because, it is before the Consonant sound "n".

2. But, "far away"-- in these two words,"r" is made.Because, "r" is before the Vowel Sound of "away".

3. "very"--in this word "r" is made.Because, it is before the Vowel Sound to be made by "y".

BRITISH VS AMERICAN ENGLISH

          BUT,
in American English,the sound of "r" is made everywhere.

NOW, ABOUT THE SOUND OF  "t"

Let's move on--
In American English, if "t" is between two Vowel sounds, it is made as "d" softly; then it's sound is short.

Examples

1. "water"---in this word, "t" is "d" softly with short sound.Because,it is between two Vowel Sounds.

2. "Put it"--- in these two words, "t" is made as "d" softly with short sound.Because, "t" is between "u" and "I" which are Vowel Sounds.

Now, practise

1. City

2. Pretty

3. Community

4. Better

5. Peter
--in these words "t" is "d". Because, "t" is between two Vowel Sounds in every word.

Practise more in sentences

1. Put it.

2. Beat it.

3. The rate is increasing.
--in these sentences, "t" is made as"d". Because, "t" is between two Vowel Sounds in every sentences.

Friends, mispronunciation will mislead you.So, try to know the rules.

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