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    two ways to say word

    Which is correct when two pronunciations in the dictionary?

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    Re: two ways to say word

    Welcome, Suzanne2.

    What's the word?

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    Re: two ways to say word

    Usually, the first pronunciation is the most common for all English speakers. The other pronunciation(s), however, may be more common in a particular region.


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    Re: two ways to say word

    Just in general. example respite. Is it 'more common' = more correct?

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