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I won’t trouble you with a lecture covering how some of the words you use actually aren’t words at all.
If you’re using words like “snuck,” “brang,” or “irregardless,” (no, none of those are real words) a magazine article – much less one written by me – is not going to solve your problems.
What I will do is offer up a rudimentary form of help, in terms of how to properly pronounce commonly mispronounced words that are bound to show up in your daily life.
These tips will not seal the deal in a job interview or on a date (I can especially vouch for the “date” scenario) but if pronunciation continues to be a potential chink in your armor, your problems will soon be solved. the ten most important words you should learn to pronounce, if you would like to appear reasonably knowledgeable about your own language.
It applies to “athlete” and any derivative (biathlon, triathlon, decathlon, etc.) and, honestly, I’m sad that I even have to point this out: there is no vowel between the ‘H’ and the ‘L’ in any of these words. For some reason, we of the English tongue have an obsession with changing any ‘S’ to an ‘X’, if it follows an ‘E’ sound; call it the Exxon Indoctrination. All right, so, despite the fact that it’s 2008, this is a word with which we’re somehow still struggling. In a bizarre twist, people actually became so certain of this word’s meaning that they alter its pronunciation to reflect that definition.It's been said, though we're not sure by whom, that it is better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.But sometimes we've got to open our mouths so use this handy guide to make sure, at the very least, you're saying the words right.He channels most of his nonsensical enthusiasm into making things for his Etsy shop, Artness ! You can keep up to date with him, his worldly adventures, and his dogs by following him on Instagram.We're not telling you anything new when we say we all eat out too much.