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I'd like to know if the pronuciation "of" is difference before letter or vowel.

If do I talk word in inglish britanish in USA, They will be understand?
 

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SaVoUrY said:
I'd like to know if the pronuciation "of" is difference before letter or vowel.

If do I talk word in inglish britanish in USA, They will be understand?

Do you mean before a consonant or a vowel? If so, there is no difference. "Of" is pronounced as a short u followeded by v.

It is the same sound as love withoput the L.

Most Americans can understand British accents, unless they are very heavy or very Cockney. :wink:
 

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If you speak English with a standard British accent, you'll have no problems being understood. ;-)
 

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MikeNewYork said:
SaVoUrY said:
I'd like to know if the pronuciation "of" is difference before letter or vowel.

If do I talk word in inglish britanish in USA, They will be understand?

Do you mean before a consonant or a vowel? If so, there is no difference. "Of" is pronounced as a short u followeded by v.

It is the same sound as love withoput the L.

Most Americans can understand British accents, unless they are very heavy or very Cockney. :wink:

A pack a cigarettes, please. (Schwa?) :D
 

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Casiopea said:
MikeNewYork said:
SaVoUrY said:
I'd like to know if the pronuciation "of" is difference before letter or vowel.

If do I talk word in inglish britanish in USA, They will be understand?

Do you mean before a consonant or a vowel? If so, there is no difference. "Of" is pronounced as a short u followeded by v.

It is the same sound as love withoput the L.

Most Americans can understand British accents, unless they are very heavy or very Cockney. :wink:

A pack a cigarettes, please. (Schwa?) :D

Yeah, for those in a hurry. :wink:
 

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Casiopea said:
A pack a cigarettes, please. (Schwa?) :D

'Here you are.' ;-)
 
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