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Can yours rhyme with years in casual speech? To watch that video, please go here. It is at the second minuet time (02:47)
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No. I have a Welsh friend who pronounces "years" as "yers" (as if it rhymed with "errs") but in general, years rhymes with ears, tears (the ones when you cry), fears etc. Yours rhymes with pours, pores, bores etc.
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