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How to pronounce Air in American English and British English

Learn the pronunciation of 'air' in both American and British English. Discover the IPA notation and phonetic spelling, along with a detailed breakdown of each syllable. Air Pronunciation in American English: IPA Notation: /er/ Phonetic Spelling: air Breakdown: - /er/: The only syllable is pronounced with a vowel sound similar to the "a" in "care" followed by an "r" sound. Air Pronunciation in British English: IPA Notation: /eə(r)/ Phonetic Spelling: air Breakdown: - /eə/: The first and only syllable is pronounced with a diphthong sound, starting with the "e" in "bed" and gliding to a schwa sound (a neutral vowel). - /r/: The "r" sound at the end is often silent in non-rhotic accents. In both American and British English, the pronunciation of "air" is similar, with the main difference being the treatment of the "r" sound, which is more pronounced in American English and often silent in British Engli

How to pronounce Aim in American English and British English

Learn the pronunciation of 'aim' in both American and British English. Discover the IPA notation and phonetic spelling, along with a detailed breakdown of each syllable. Aim Pronunciation in American English: IPA Notation: /eɪm/ Phonetic Spelling: ay-m Breakdown: - /eɪ/: The first and only syllable is pronounced with a diphthong sound, where the vowel sound glides from the "a" in "face" to the "i" in "fine." - /m/: The syllable ends with the "m" sound, as in "man." Aim Pronunciation in British English: IPA Notation: /eɪm/ Phonetic Spelling: ay-m Breakdown: - /eɪ/: The pronunciation of the diphthong in the first and only syllable is the same as in American English, starting with the "a" in "face" and gliding to the "i" in "fine." - /m/: The syllable ends with the "m" sound, similar to the American pronunciation. In both American and British English, the pronunciation of

How to pronounce Ahead in American English and British English

Learn the pronunciation of 'ahead' in both American and British English. Discover the IPA notation and phonetic spelling, along with a detailed breakdown of each syllable. Ahead Pronunciation in American English: IPA Notation: /əˈhed/ Phonetic Spelling: uh-HED Breakdown: - /ə/: The first syllable is pronounced with a schwa sound, which is a neutral, unstressed vowel sound (like the "a" in "sofa"). - /ˈhed/: The second syllable is stressed, with "e" pronounced like the "e" in "bed," followed by a "d" sound. Ahead Pronunciation in British English: IPA Notation: /əˈhed/ Phonetic Spelling: uh-HED Breakdown: - /ə/: The first syllable is the same as in American English, pronounced with a schwa sound. - /ˈhed/: The second syllable is stressed, and the pronunciation is quite similar to the American version, with "e" pronounced like the "e" in "bed," followed by a "d" sound. In both Ameri

Agriculture Pronunciation

American and British English Pronunciation of Agriculture. Agriculture Pronunciation in American English: IPA Notation: /ˈæɡ.rəˌkʌl.tʃɚ/ Phonetic Spelling: AG-ruh-kul-chur Breakdown: /ˈæɡ/: The first syllable is stressed, with "a" pronounced like the "a" in "cat," followed by a "g" sound. /rə/: The second syllable is unstressed, with a schwa sound, which is a neutral, unstressed vowel sound (like the "a" in "sofa"). /ˌkʌl/: The third syllable is stressed, with "u" pronounced like the "u" in "cup," followed by an "l" sound. /tʃɚ/: The fourth syllable is unstressed, with "ch" pronounced like the "ch" in "chair," followed by a schwa-like "r" sound. Agriculture Pronunciation in British English: IPA Notation: /ˈæɡ.rɪˌkʌl.tʃə/ Phonetic Spelling: AG-rih-kul-chuh Breakdown: /ˈæɡ/: The first syllable is stressed, with "a" pronounced like the "

Agree Pronunciation

American and British English Pronunciation of Agree. Agree Pronunciation in American English: IPA Notation: /əˈɡriː/ Phonetic Spelling: uh-GREE Breakdown: /ə/: The first syllable is pronounced with a schwa sound, which is a neutral, unstressed vowel sound (like the "a" in "sofa"). /ˈɡriː/: The second syllable is stressed, with "gree" pronounced like the "gree" in "agree," with a long "ee" sound at the end. Agree Pronunciation in British English: IPA Notation: /əˈɡriː/ Phonetic Spelling: uh-GREE Breakdown: /ə/: The first syllable is pronounced with a schwa sound, the same as in American English. /ˈɡriː/: The second syllable is stressed, with "gree" pronounced like the "gree" in "agree," with a long "ee" sound at the end. In both American and British English, the pronunciation of "agree" is identical, with the same schwa sound in the first syllable and the same long "ee"

Ago Pronunciation

American and British English Pronunciation of Ago. Ago Pronunciation in American English: IPA Notation: /əˈɡoʊ/ Phonetic Spelling: uh-GOH Breakdown: /ə/: The first syllable is pronounced with a schwa sound, which is a neutral, unstressed vowel sound (like the "a" in "sofa").  /ˈɡoʊ/: The second syllable is stressed, with "o" pronounced like the "o" in "go," followed by a "w" sound at the end. Ago Pronunciation in British English: IPA Notation: /əˈɡəʊ/ Phonetic Spelling: uh-GOH Breakdown: /ə/: The first syllable is pronounced with a schwa sound, the same as in American English. /ˈɡəʊ/: The second syllable is stressed, with "o" pronounced like the "o" in "go," followed by a "w" sound at the end. In both American and British English, the pronunciation of "ago" is very similar, with the same schwa sound in the first syllable and slight variations in the diphthong of the second syll

Agent Pronunciation

American and British English Pronunciation of Agent. Agent Pronunciation in American English: IPA Notation: /ˈeɪ.dʒənt/ Phonetic Spelling: AY-jənt Breakdown: /ˈeɪ/: The first syllable is stressed and pronounced with a diphthong, starting with a sound like the "a" in "say" and gliding into an "ee" sound. /dʒənt/: The second syllable is unstressed, with "j" like the "g" in "giant" and a schwa sound for the "e," pronounced as a neutral, unstressed vowel sound (like the "a" in "sofa"), followed by an "n" and a soft "t" sound. Agent Pronunciation in British English: IPA Notation: /ˈeɪ.dʒənt/ Phonetic Spelling: AY-jənt Breakdown: /ˈeɪ/: The first syllable is stressed and pronounced with a diphthong, starting with a sound like the "a" in "say" and gliding into an "ee" sound. /dʒənt/: The second syllable is unstressed, with "j" like the "g&q