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How to Pronounce Words in the USA

The correct way to pronounce certain words in the United States.

Opinion page by Duane Alan Hahn.

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Most of the information on this page was adapted from the following book:

The Big Book of Beastly Mispronunciations

The Complete Opinionated Guide for the Careful Speaker

By Charles Harrington Elster

 

Buy it from Amazon (#ad).

 

Your favorite dictionary is probably wrong. Read the Big Book (#ad) to find out why. If you have any arguments with this list, check out the book before complaining. You might be able to find it at your local library, but it's better to own your own copy if you can.

 

I made the list below because I have trouble remembering how to pronounce some of the words correctly and it's nice to have a fast way to look them up. The rest of the words are ones I have heard other people mangle in person, in movies, on TV, or at YouTube. It's fun to look through the list to see which words you may still mispronounce. You'll need to read the Big Book (#ad) for detailed explanations for why a word should be pronounced a certain way in the USA. You might also want to read the blog post called Why All This Verbal Pickiness? by Charles Harrington Elster.

 

For those who want to know, Charles Harrington Elster said it was OK for me to have this page online. I'm just not allowed to post the key to pronunciation from his book.

 

If you like this page, you might also be interested in my page called Grammar Errors and Goofy Mistakes.

 

 

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Time Savers

 

Saying double-u instead of win.

Typing w is quicker than typing win, but it takes longer to say the three-syllable word double-u. How about saying win instead?

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Most Mispronounced

Top 25 mispronounced words I've heard in movies, on TV, or at YouTube.

 

 

1.  often

AWF-in or AHF-in < Correct

AWF-tin or AHF-tin < Wrong

The T is silent for people raised in the United States. Americans who desperately want others to think they're classy or British will usually pronounce the T. If you don't want people to think you're a pretentious wannabe/never-will-be, avoid the T. Those of us who were raised in the United States also do not pronounce the T in words such as sof[t]en, lis[t]en, glis[t]en, fas[t]en, chas[t]en, gris[t]le, epis[t]le, apos[t]le, bris[t]le, rus[t]le, has[t]en, and mis[t]letoe.

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2.  obvious

AHB-vee-us < Correct

AHV-ee-us < Wrong

The B is pronounced. Movie stars are famous for mispronouncing this one.

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3.  sure

SHUR < Correct

SHOR < Wrong

Sure rhymes with words such as cure and pure. Sure does not rhyme with words such as shore, chore, floor, and door.

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4.  sorry

SAR-ee < Correct

SOR-ee < Wrong

The first syllable of sorry rhymes with words such as bar, car, and jar. The first syllable of sorry does not rhyme with words such as shore, chore, floor, and door.

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5.  culinary

KYOO-li-ner-ee < Correct

KUHL-i-ner-ee < Wrong

The friend of every cucumber.

The first syllable of culinary does not rhyme with gull or skull; it rhymes with the letter Q. You don't say kuhcumber when you pronounce the word cucumber, so that's a good way to remember how to pronounce culinary (Q-linary or cue-linary). Think of cucumber (a food) before you say culinary (related to food) and you'll always pronounce it correctly.

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6.  vs. (versus)

VER-sus < Correct

VURS < Wrong

Uninformed children will read vs. without knowing what it stands for and try to pronounce the abbreviation the way it looks. Some parents seem to be so desperate to look “cool” and fit in with their unenlightened “fresh and current” children that they will also pronounce vs. incorrectly instead of pointing out that we should be saying versus instead of verse.

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7.  athlete

ATH-leet < Correct

ATH-uh-leet < Wrong

Athlete is a two-syllable word and it rhymes with path feet.

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8.  GIF

JIF < Correct

GIPH < Wrong

I've been pronouncing GIF like Jif peanut butter since I first saw the acronym in the late 1990s. Howtoreallypronouncegif.com wants us to believe that GIF must have a hard G sound, like gift, but some people already pronounce the word gift as if it doesn't have a T on the end. That bad habit can sound lazy or ignorant to a lot of people, so why attach that baggage to the acronym, especially when it doesn't align with the rules of English?

 

Below is an adapted version of what Tony Francis Degan posted at YouTube:

People need to stop pointing to the “graphics” word as a baseline for the pronunciation, as it doesn't work that way with acronyms; they're treated as their own word. So the common rules of English apply, in which: G followed by E, I, or Y is commonly a soft G, while G followed by A, O, or U commonly makes a hard G.

Why people don't understand this is beyond me.

The word gin is more closely related to gif than gift, pronunciation-wise, because 1) only one letter needs replacing in gin, and 2) gift is ended with a hard consonant (T), as are most words that exhibit a hard G followed by an I, e.g. git, gimp, etc.

Here's an adapted version of what Siddhant Desai posted at YouTube:

SCUBA stands for “Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus.” You do not pronounce the U in SCUBA the same as the U in Underwater.

LASER stands for “Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation.” You don't pronounce the A in LASER like you pronounce the A in Amplification, nor the S as you do in Stimulated, nor do you pronounce the E the same as in Emission.

Oscar Tay posted this at Quora:

The most famous counterexample is JPEG, short for “Joint Photographic Experts Group”; by the logic of the hard-g-graphics argument, you should pronounce “JPEG” as jay-pheg instead of the mainstream jay-peg because of the “ph” at the beginning of “photographic”.

Besides all that above, there are many words and names that can't be sounded out by simply looking at them. We actually have to learn how the words are pronounced. In the case of names, where we've all seen how the spelling can be very different from the pronunciation, we have to get the correct way to say it from the source instead of guessing. The source for GIF is Steve Wilhite from CompuServe and he said that GIF sounds like JIF (which also aligns with the rules of English).

If the inventor and the rules of English say that GIF sounds like JIF not GIPH, isn't the argument over? I think the hard G camp might be similar to people who join a cult and are too proud or embarrassed to admit they made a mistake, so they stubbornly dig their heels in and wildly grasp at anything that might help them hold tight to their tattered beliefs.

I'm guessing that greenhorns who were ignorant of the rules of English and the preference of the inventor tried to pronounce GIF the best they could with their limited knowledge and got it wrong. When the correct pronunciation was pointed out, instead of learning, these mortified guppies acted like stubborn cult members and instantly became wayward GIPHIES. It's not too late for them, though. They can jilt the jerky jibber-jabber and join the JIF jamboree.

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9.  height

HYT < Correct

HYTH < Wrong

The word height does not end with a TH sound. It rhymes with words such as bite, kite, and night.

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10.  length

LENGKTH < Correct

LENTH < Wrong

The word length does not rhyme with the word tenth.

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11.  strength

STRENGKTH < Correct

STRENTH < Wrong

The word strength does not rhyme with the word tenth.

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12.  poem

POH-um < Correct

POH-eem < Wrong

POYM < Wrong

POHM < Wrong

Show ‘em your poem.

The first syllable of poem rhymes with words such as go and snow. Poem does not rhyme with toy. The second syllable of poem does not rhyme with beem.

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13.  data

DAY-tuh < Correct

DAT-uh < Wrong

What a nice day to look at the data.

The first syllable of the word data sounds like day. The first syllable of the word data does not rhyme with words such as that, cat, and bat.

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14.  jewelry

JOO-wuul-ree < Correct

JOO-luh-ree < Wrong

JER-ee < Wrong

JEW-ree < Wrong

If you can say jewel, you can say jewel-ree. The word jewelry does not rhyme with the word jury or the name Beulah with ree slapped on the end. Also see jewel.

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15.  salmon

SAM-un < Correct

SAL-mun < Wrong

Does Sam like salmon?

The L is silent. On a similar subject, the word salmonella is based on a man's last name, not the fish, so we're supposed to pronounce the L, but has anyone wondered why his family pronounced their name that way? If they didn't know the L is supposed to be silent in the word salmon, they could have been mispronouncing their own last name for a long time. Instead of being a victim of their possible ignorance and to avoid confusion, why not keep the L silent in salmon and salmonella?

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16.  calm

KAHM < Correct

KAHLM < Wrong

The L is silent. Also see palm, psalm and qualm.

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17.  palm

PAHM < Correct

PAHLM < Wrong

The L is silent. Also see calm, psalm and qualm.

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18.  sandwich

SAND-wich < Correct

SAN-wich < Wrong

SAM-wich < Wrong

SAM-mitch < Wrong

The D is pronounced.

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19.  sale

SAYL < Correct

SEL < Wrong

Sale rhymes with words such as ale, male, and whale. Sale does not rhyme with words such as bell, cell, and tell.

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20.  fail

FAYL < Correct

FEEL < Wrong

FEL < Wrong

Fail rhymes with words such as ale, male, and whale. Fail does not rhyme with words such as eel, squeal, and wheel or bell, cell, and tell.

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21.  deal

DEEL < Correct

DIL < Wrong

Deal rhymes with words such as eel, squeal, and wheel. Deal does not rhyme with words such as bill, grill, and shill.

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22.  feel

FEEL < Correct

FIL < Wrong

Feel rhymes with words such as eel, squeal, and wheel. Feel does not rhyme with words such as bill, grill, and shill.

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23.  mauve

MOHV < Correct

MAWV < Wrong

Mauve rhymes with words such as cove, grove, and stove.

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24.  gala

GAY-luh < Correct

GAL-uh < Wrong

You're sure to have a gay old time at the gala.

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25.  voilà

vwah-LAH < Correct

wah-LAH < Wrong

The V is pronounced.

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Other Mispronounced Words

 

arctic

AHRK-tik < Correct

AHR-tik < Wrong

The first syllable of the word arctic sounds like ark.

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asterisk

AS-tuh-risk < Correct

AS-tuh-rik < Wrong

AS-trik < Wrong

The last syllable of this three-syllable word sounds like risk, just like it's spelled.

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catsup

KECH-up < Correct

KACH-up < Correct

KAT-sup < Wrong

There is no cat in catsup.

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chamois

SHAM-ee < Correct

CHAM-oys < Wrong

SHAM-oys < Wrong

cham-WAH < Wrong

sham-WAH < Wrong

Chamois rhymes with words such as clammy and whammy.

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chic

SHEEK < Correct

CHIK < Wrong

Chic rhymes with words such as creek and speak.

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clandestine

klan-DES-tin < Correct

klan-DES-tyn < Wrong

klan-DES-teen < Wrong

KLAN-di-styn < Wrong

KLAN-di-steen < Wrong

KLAN-di-stin < Wrong

Is it your destiny to live a clandestine life?

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cliche

klee-SHAY < Correct

kli-SHAY < Wrong

The first syllable of cliche rhymes with words such as bee and glee.

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clique

KLEEK < Correct

KLIK < Wrong

Clique rhymes with words such as creek and speak.

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coupon

KOO-pahn < Correct

KYOO-pahn < Wrong

There is no Q in coupon.

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decibel

DES-i-bel < Correct

DES-i-buul < Wrong

The last syllable sounds like bell because it comes from Alexander Graham Bell.

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deity

DEE-i-tee < Correct

DAY-i-tee < Wrong

The first syllable of deity rhymes with words such as bee and see. It's the same for the word deify.

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disastrous

di-ZAS-trus < Correct

di-ZAS-tur-us < Wrong

Disastrous only has three syllables.

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domicile

DAHM-uh-syl < Correct

DOH-muh-syl < Wrong

There is no doe in domicile.

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either

EE-thur < Correct

EYE-thur < Wrong

There is no eye in either for people raised in the United States. Americans who desperately want others to think they're classy or British will usually pronounce the word as if it starts with eye. If you don't want people to think you're a pretentious wannabe/never-will-be, avoid the eye.

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evil

EE-vuul < Correct

EE-vil < Wrong

The last syllable of the word evil rhymes with wool. It does not rhyme with shill.

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February

FEB-roo-ER-ee < Correct

FEB-yoo-ER-ee < Wrong

It might help to think of the word kangaroo before you say Febrooary.

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fecal

FEE-kul < Correct

FEE-sul < Wrong

The word fecal has a hard c.

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feces

FEE-seez < Correct

FEE-keez < Wrong

“High seas? More like high fee seas!” said the cruise ship passenger.

The word feces has a soft c.

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flaccid

FLAK-sid < Correct

FLAS-id < Wrong

Don't give me flack, Sid!

Would you say assident for accident, susseed for succeed, or essentric for eccentric? In these and similar wordswhere cc precedes an i or ethe double c should be pronounced like x or k, as in accept, vaccinate, accentuate, accede, occidental, and occipital.

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flutist

FLOO-tist < Correct

FLOW-tist < Wrong

FLAW-tist < Wrong

Will the flootist toot on a floot?

The first syllable of flutist rhymes with words such as too and who.

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foliage

FOH-lee-ij < Correct

FOH-lij < Wrong

FOY-lij < Wrong

The word foliage has three syllables. Also see verbiage.

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foyer

FOY-ur < Correct

FOY-ay < Wrong

FWAH-yay < Wrong

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fracas

FRAY-kis < Correct

FRAK-is < Wrong

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fungi

FUN-jy < Correct

FUN-jee < Wrong

FUN-gee < Wrong

FUN-guy < Wrong

What a fun jive!

There is no guy in fungi. The last syllable of the word fungi rhymes with jive.

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geisha

GAY-shuh < Correct

GEE-shuh < Wrong

GUY-shuh < Wrong

GESH-uh < Wrong

The first syllable of the word geisha rhymes with gay.

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Genghis Khan

CHING-gis HAHN < Correct

GENG-gis KAHN < Wrong

Check out the Modern Mongolian Pronunciation for Chinggis Khaan at YouTube.

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genuine

GEN-yoo-in < Correct

GEN-yoo-wyn < Wrong

Jen, you win!

There is no wine in genuine.

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heinous

HAY-nis < Correct

HY-nis < Wrong

HEE-nis < Wrong

HEE-nee-is < Wrong

HAY-nee-is < Wrong

Hey! That's heinous!

The word heinous has two syllables, not three. The first syllable sounds like the word hay.

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herb

URB < Correct

HURB < Wrong

Do not pronounce the H unless it's a man's name or you are British.

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hyperbole

hy-PUR-buh-lee < Correct

HY-pur-bohl < Wrong

Any sports fan will tell you that there is a Super Bowl, a Sugar Bowl, a Cotton Bowl, and a Rose Bowl, but there is no Hyper Bowl.

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idea

eye-DEE-uh < Correct

eye-DEER < Wrong

There is no dear in idea.

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Imagic

i-MA-jik < Correct

eye-MA-jik < Wrong

ee-MA-jik < Wrong

Imagic cartridges bring imagination and a touch of magic to your Atari.

Imagic (video game company from the 1980s) comes from the words imagination and magic [example 1, example 2]. For those who need further confirmation, Imagic is also pronounced with a soft i sound in every Imagic employee interview and game commercial that can be found on YouTube.

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irony

EYE-ruh-nee < Correct

EYE-ur-nee < Wrong

Dude, why is your eye runny?

The word irony does not sound like iron knee.

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jaguar

JAG-wahr < Correct

JAG-wyr < Wrong

JAG-yoo-ah < Wrong

There is no you or wire in jaguar. The last syllable of jaguar rhymes with words such as bar, car, and jar.

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jewel(s)

JOO-wuul(z) < Correct

JOOL(Z) < Wrong

Jewel is a two-syllable word. Also see jewelry.

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karaoke

KAR-ee-OH-kee < Correct

KAIR-ee-OH-kee < Correct

The word karaoke sounds like carry oaky (a reasonable anglicization). Other strained and clumsy pronunciations are best avoided.

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ketchup

KECH-up < Correct

KACH-up < Correct

KAT-sup < Wrong

There is no cat in ketchup.

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kindergarten

KIN-dur-GHART’n < Correct

KIN-dur-GARD’n < Correct

KINNER-GARD’n < Wrong

If you've ever seen the Humpty Dumpty Kinder Surprise Commercial, you know how to pronounce the first two syllables of the word kindergarten.

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library

LY-brer-ee < Correct

LY-ber-ee < Wrong

There is no berry in library.

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machination

MAK-i-NAY-shin < Correct

MASH-i-NAY-shin < Wrong

There is no mash in machination.

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measure

MEZH-ur < Correct

MAY-zhur < Wrong

There is no may in measure.

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niche

NICH < Correct

NEESH < Wrong

NISH < Wrong

By digging that ditch, you have found your niche.

The word in niche rhymes with ditch.

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nuclear

N(Y)OO-klee-ur < Correct

NOO-kyuh-lur < Wrong

NOO-kyur-lur < Wrong

NOO-klur < Wrong

The second syllable of the word nuclear rhymes with words such as flee and glee.

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ophthalmologist

AHF-thuul-MAHL-uh-jist < Correct

AHP-thuh-MAHL-uh-jist < Wrong

There is no op in ophthalmologist.

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orangutan

uh-RANG-uh-TAN < Correct

uh-RANG-uh-TANG < Wrong

There is no tang in orangutan.

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poinsettia

poyn-SET-ee-uh < Correct

poyn-SET-uh < Wrong

poynt-SET-ee-uh < Wrong

poynt-SET-uh < Wrong

There is no point in the four-syllable word poinsettia.

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possess

puh-ZES < Correct

poh-ZES < Wrong

There is no Poe in possess.

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potpourri

POH-puu-REE < Correct

POT-pour-ee < Wrong

There is no pot in potpourri.

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psalm

SAHM < Correct

SAHLM < Wrong

The L is silent. Also see calm, palm and qualm.

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pumpkin

PUHMP-kin < Correct

PUHNG-kin < Wrong

PUHM-kin < Wrong

Pump up the pumpkin balloons! The children will be here any minute!

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qualm

KWAHM < Correct

KWAHLM < Wrong

The L is silent. Also see calm, palm and psalm.

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quixotic

kwik-SAHT-ik < Correct

kee-HOH-tik < Wrong

It's so quick and exotic!

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ruse

ROOZ < Correct

ROOS < Wrong

ROOZH < Wrong

Ruse rhymes with words such as shoes and views. Ruse does not rhyme with words such as juice, moose, and spruce. Some people mistakenly think that ruse sounds like rouge. Although applying reddish powder to your cheeks is a deception, it's not a ruse.

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sherbet

SHUR-bit < Correct

SHUR-burt < Wrong

SHUR-bay < Wrong

There is no Bert (or Ernie) in sherbet.

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soiree

swah-RAY < Correct

sor-AY < Wrong

sor-EE < Wrong

There is no sore in soiree.

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something

SUM-thing < Correct

SUN-thing < Wrong

There is no sun in something.

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stature

STACH-ur < Correct

STA-chur < Correct

STACH-oo < Wrong

STA-choo < Wrong

There is no statue in stature. If you are short, you are not small in statue. You are small in stature.

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succeed

suk-SEED < Correct

suh-SEED < Wrong

sus-SEED < Wrong

Succeed rhymes with suck seed.

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succinct

suhk-SINGKT < Correct

suh-SINGKT < Wrong

Succinct basically rhymes with suck sink.

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sword

SORD < Correct

SWORD < Wrong

Sword rhymes with words such as cord, ford, and lord.

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Taurus

TOR-us < Correct

TOW-rus < Wrong

TAR-rus < Wrong

Taurus rhymes with tore us.

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Valentine’s Day

VAL-un-tyns DAY < Correct

VAL-un-tyms DAY < Wrong

There is no time in Valentine’s Day. The third syllable of Valentine rhymes with words such as pine and wine. The third syllable of Valentine does not rhyme with words such as crime, lime, and mime.

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vegetable

VEJ-tuh-buul < Correct

VEJ-i-tuh-buul < Wrong

Vegetable has three syllables.

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vendor

VEN-dur < Correct

VEN-dor < Wrong

ven-DOR < Wrong

There is no door in vendor.

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verbiage

VUR-bee-ij < Correct

VUR-bij < Wrong

The word verbiage has three syllables. Also see foliage.

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versatile

VUR-suh-til < Correct

VUR-suh-tyl < Wrong

vur-suh-TYL < Wrong

There is no tile in versatile.

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vertebrae

VUR-tuh-BREE < Correct

VUR-tuh-BRAY < Wrong

The third syllable of vertebrae rhymes with words such as bee and see. The third syllable of vertebrae does not rhyme with words such as clay, say, and way.

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visa

VEE-zuh < Correct

VEE-suh < Wrong

The word visa has a Z sound.

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wash

WAHSH < Correct

WAHRSH < Wrong

WAWRSH < Wrong

Wash rhymes with words such as gosh and posh. Wash does not rhyme with words such as harsh and marsh.

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zoology

zoh-AHL-uh-jee < Correct

zoo-AHL-uh-jee < Wrong

The first syllable of zoology rhymes with words such as go and snow. The first syllable of zoology does not rhyme with words such as poo and shrew. There Is No Zoo in Zoology (#ad).

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In Case You Didn't Know

 

Trump's Jab = Bad

Did you know that Trump's rushed experimental rona jab has less than one percent overall benefit? It also has many possible horrible side effects. Some brainwashed rona jab cultists claim that there are no victims of the jab, but person after person will post what the jab did to them, a friend, or a family member on web sites such as Facebook and Twitter and they'll be lucky if they don't get banned soon after. Posting the truth is “misinformation” don't you know. Awakened sheep might turn into lions, so powerful people will do just about anything to keep the sheep from waking up.

 

Check out these videos:

What is causing the mysterious self-assembling non-organic clots?

If You Got the COVID Shot and Aren't Injured, This May Be Why

Full Video of Tennessee House of Representatives Health Subcommittee Hearing Room 2 (The Doctors Start Talking at 33:28)

 

 

H Word and I Word = Good

Take a look at my page called The H Word and Beyond. You might also want to look at my page called Zinc and Quercetin. My sister and I have been taking those two supplements since summer of 2020 in the hopes that they would scare away the flu and other viruses (or at least make them less severe).

 

 

B Vitamins = Good

Some people appear to have a mental illness because they have a vitamin B deficiency. For example, the wife of a guy I used to chat with online had severe mood swings which seemed to be caused by food allergies or intolerances. She would became irrational, obnoxious, throw tantrums, and generally act like she had a mental illness. The horrid behavior stopped after she started taking a vitamin B complex. I've been taking Jarrow B-Right (#ad) for many years. It makes me much easier to live with.

 

 

Soy = Bad

Unfermented soy is bad! “When she stopped eating soy, the mental problems went away.” Fermented soy doesn't bother me, but the various versions of unfermented soy (soy flour, soybean oil, and so on) that are used in all kinds of products these days causes a negative mental health reaction in me that a vitamin B complex can't tame. The sinister encroachment of soy has made the careful reading of ingredients a necessity.

 

 

Wheat = Bad

If you are overweight, have type II diabetes, or are worried about the condition of your heart, check out the videos by Ken D Berry, William Davis, and Ivor Cummins. It seems that most people should avoid wheat, not just those who have a wheat allergy or celiac disease. Check out these books: Undoctored (#ad), Wheat Belly (#ad), and Eat Rich, Live Long (#ad).

 

 

Negative Ions = Good

Negative ions are good for us. You might want to avoid positive ion generators and ozone generators. A plain old air cleaner is better than nothing, but one that produces negative ions makes the air in a room fresher and easier for me to breathe. It also helps to brighten my mood.

 

 

Litterbugs = Bad

Never litter. Toss it in the trash or take it home. Do not throw it on the ground. Also remember that good people clean up after themselves at home, out in public, at a campsite and so on. Leave it better than you found it.

 

 

Climate Change Cash Grab = Bad

Seems like more people than ever finally care about water, land, and air pollution, but the climate change cash grab scam is designed to put more of your money into the bank accounts of greedy politicians. Those power-hungry schemers try to trick us with bad data and lies about overpopulation while pretending to be caring do-gooders. Trying to eliminate pollution is a good thing, but the carbon footprint of the average law-abiding human right now is actually making the planet greener instead of killing it.

 

Watch these two YouTube videos for more information:

CO2 is Greening The Earth

The Climate Agenda

 

 

How to Wake Up Normies

Charlie Robinson had some good advice about waking up normies (see the link to the video below). He said instead of verbally unloading or being nasty or acting like a bully, ask the person a question. Being nice and asking a question will help the person actually think about the subject.

 

Interesting videos:

Charlie Robinson Talks About the Best Way to Wake Up Normies

Georgia Guidestones Explained

The Men Who Own Everything

 

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