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comment do native English speakers completely omit the /r/ sound in /ˈev·riˌwʌn/ (everyone)?
No, not normally. Not at all, ever. Unless there is a problem with a lisp.
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reviewed Close Appointed usage with in
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reviewed Close What is the question tag for: "They got the answers, ____?
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reviewed Close Why you are here?
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reviewed Close The opposite of 'attend'
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reviewed Close Describing completed action
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reviewed Close Male equivalent of “Vulva”?
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reviewed Close What is the opposite of 'identity' in this case?
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reviewed Close Is there a single word for combining two things for enhanced synergy?
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reviewed Close It's a pity / shame / unfortunate
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reviewed Close Different ways to say you are leaving work for the day
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reviewed Close Etiquette in diplomatic use of the English language (pronunciation of names)
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reviewed Close Why do all new words come from English?