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    Default The definite article

    Hello,

    Is "The'' always pronounced as 'i' before 'u'?
    Eg., At the university, in the UK.

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    Default Re: The definite article

    No. When iniitial 'u' or 'eu' is pronounced /ju:/, 'the' is pronounced /ə/.
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