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Noah (name) Pronunciation in Different Languages

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English : Noah (noh-uh) /ˈnoʊ.ə/ ▶️ English-US : Noah (noh-uh) /ˈnoʊ.ə/ ▶️ German : Noah (noh-ah) /ˈnoː.a/ ▶️ Hebrew : Noah (noh-akh) /ˈnoʊ.aχ/ ▶️ Hindi : Noah (noh-uh) /ˈnoʊ.ə/ ▶️ Swedish : Noah (noh-ah) /ˈnoː.a/ ▶️ Conclusion: Adam name's pronunciation has been recorded by native speakers in French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Irish, Persian, Russian, Urdu, Spanish, English, English-US, and Malay.

Address Pronunciation (noun & verb)

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Hello, sir or madam, if you are confused about how to pronounce Address correctly, don't worry; this pronunciation guide will help you pronounce Address in UK and US English for both noun and verb forms. Address (Noun) - British English ▶️ Address (Noun) - American English ▶️ Address (Verb) - British English ▶️ Address (Verb) - American English ▶️ Address (Noun) Pronunciation in British English IPA (key) : /əˈdres/ Breakdown: /ə/: is the 'a' in " a bout" /ˈd/: is the 'd' in " d og" /r/: is the 'r' in " r un" /e/: sounds like the 'e' in "m e t" /s/: is the 's' in " s un" Sounds like: "uh-DRES" (UK) enPR : ə-drĕsʹ Address (Noun) Pronunciation in American English IPA (key) : /ˈæd.res/ Breakdown: /ˈæ/: sounds like the 'a' in "c a t" /d/: is the 'd' in " d og" /r/:

Active Pronunciation

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Hello, sir or madam, if you are confused about how to pronounce Active correctly, don't worry; this pronunciation guide will help you pronounce Active in UK and US English. Active - British English ▶️ Active - American English ▶️ Active Pronunciation in British English IPA (key) : /ˈæk.tɪv/ Breakdown: /ˈæ/: sounds like the 'a' in "c a t" /k/: is the 'k' in " k ite" /t/: is the 't' in " t ap" /ɪ/: sounds like the 'i' in "s i t" /v/: is the 'v' in " v an" Sounds like: "AK-tiv" (UK) enPR : ăkʹtĭv Active Pronunciation in American English IPA (key) : /ˈæk.tɪv/ Breakdown: /ˈæ/: sounds like the 'a' in "c a t" /k/: is the 'k' in " k ite" /t/: is the 't' in " t ap" /ɪ/: sounds like the 'i' in "s i t" /v/: is the 'v' in "