English Spelling and Pronunciation
What word is nearly always pronounced in correctly even by educated people?
Forte is only pronounced 'for-tay' if referring to
strongly played music. When referring to a personal strength or
area of expertise, it is (supposed to be) pronounced as one
Asked in English Spelling and Pronunciation
What word is nearly always pronounced incorrectly even by the most educated people?
What word is nearly always pronounced incorrectly?
What is the Conclusion about marketing in the overall business?
Asked in Vowel Sounds
Does a syllable have to have a vowel sound?
Nearly always. A syllable is made of the 'syllable nucleus', which is nearly always a vowel, and often consonants before and after it. More or less, the only letters which serve as syllable nuclei which are not vowels are R, L, M, and N (as in the word bitten pronounced bit-n with a nasal ihn sound).