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pronunciationpro‧nun‧ci‧a‧tion /prəˌnʌnsiˈeɪʃən/ ●●● S3 noun  1 [countable, uncountable]SL the way in which a language or a particular word is pronouncedpronunciation of Do you know the correct pronunciation of these Gaelic names?2 [singular]SL a particular person’s way of pronouncing a word or words
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pronunciationThis means that they are able to retrieve the appropriate pronunciation of a word as a whole from the speech output lexicon.A word, or perhaps just a certain pronunciation of a word, may not be contained in the lexicon.Gianni has problems with his grammar but his pronunciation is very good.The pupil can also record his voice, to check his pronunciation.What about the differences in pronunciation between the casual and the emphatic styles?The differences among these dialects, which mainly involved pronunciation, were similar to differences among dialects in the present-day United States.It seems likely that a considerable amount of valuable new research on pronunciation will grow out of the study of discourse.Accompanying listening tapes provide models for exceptionally thorough work on pronunciation, stress, and intonation.Speak as much French as you can, and don't worry about your pronunciation.
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