What's the difference between pronunciation and enunciation? I learned this a long time ago in English class but forgot what it was.
For example, Wikipedia says:
Good enunciation is the act of speaking clearly and concisely. The opposite of good enunciation is mumbling or slurring. See also pronunciation which is a component of enunciation. Pronunciation is to pronounce sounds of words correctly
I can't tell from this what the specific difference is. When is it correct to say someone's pronunciation is off versus when their enunciation is off?
- articulate, pronounce
That would seem to say it's the same as to pronounce.
Is there a specific example of incorrect pronunciation verses enunciation?