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    Pronunciation

    Do these words pronounce the same?
    1. Break.
    2. Brake.

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    #2

    Re: Pronunciation

    Yes.


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    Re: Pronunciation

    How do I pronouce this word?
    1. Irrefutably

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    Re: Pronunciation

    Some say 'irrifewtuhbly' other 'iruhfewtuhbly'.

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    Re: Pronunciation

    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Some say 'irrifewtuhbly' other 'iruhfewtuhbly'.
    i'refewtuhbly also

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