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 "a" in "cat," followed by a "g" sound.

/rɪ/: The second syllable is unstressed, with "i" pronounced like the "i" in "kit."

/ˌkʌl/: The third syllable is stressed, with "u" pronounced like the "u" in "cup," followed by an "l" sound.

/tʃə/: The fourth syllable is unstressed, with "ch" pronounced like the "ch" in "chair," followed by a schwa sound.

In both American and British English, the pronunciation of "agriculture" has similarities in the first and third syllables, with slight variations in the second and fourth syllables.

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