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comment How can I break English L2 pronunciation habits?
Sorry for the gratuitous youtube link, but this video might be worth something. Or it might just drive you bonkers, who knows.
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answered More idioms like “needle in a haystack” relevant to hidden/hard to find items?
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comment Are there any differences between “update” and “upgrade”?
Of course an upgrade is not always an improvement either... ;)
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answered Why do we use the definite article in the expression “quite the [noun]”?
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comment “Until next week”
Then the sentence doesn't make any sense ... unless the speaker intended by, in which case I'd say do before the week is over.
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answered “Until next week”
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comment Creating a new word
Pay off the dictionary makers?
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answered Adjective used to mean “smellable”
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comment “Hooker”, “whore”, “prostitute”, when to use which?
Whoever is cheapest!
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comment “ē” and “iː”: I want a tutorial
Should note that the : in /i:/ is not phonemically significant in English. It's there, obviously, to indicate that the /i/ vowel is (on the average) slightly elongated as compared to the /ɪ/, but it can also mislead students of English into believing that /i/ and /ɪ/ are the same.
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