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In every dictionary, the pronunciation of the word wrong is rɒŋ. But whenever I hear it, it always sounds like the w in the beginning is also sounded. Do I hear it incorrectly all the time? I'd like a confirmation as to whether I'm wrong or not from the native-speakers of our forums.
Thanks in advance.
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The word is pronounced as if the "w" is not there. It sounds like "rong".
Listen to all the examples here - I can't here any trace of a "w" in any of them. Can you?
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