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  • How would you pronounce this word?

  • It's called accessory.

  • Say it with me Accessory These days.

  • Sunglasses.

  • They're much more than just a fashion accessory.

  • It's called Accessory.

  • The Next War It is.

  • How would you say it?

  • It's a cross.

  • Say it with me across the bank is across the road.

  • We don't need a cab to get there in this sentence across is used as a proposition to mention the position where the bank is situated.

  • It's called a cross one more time across.

  • You stretch the end part.

  • It's Russ across.

  • Let's look at the next word.

  • The pronunciation of this word is federal.

  • One more time.

  • Federal Now What do you mean by federal?

  • It's related to a government system when several states from a unity to become a country or estate, it's called a federal, but they are independent with their internal affairs.

  • It's called federal.

  • One more time, Federal.

  • Let's look at an example sentence.

  • In America, the citizens pay both federal and state taxes.

  • Here we go with the fourth word in today's lesson.

  • It's called foliage.

  • Say it with me.

  • Foliage foliage means the leaves of a plant or trees.

  • It's a replacement word for leaves.

  • In general, when you refer to leaves collectively, you say foliage.

  • Say it with me foliage.

  • Here's an example sentence for you.

  • The foliage was so dense that it made walking quite difficult.

  • I hope you now know how to say this word.

  • It's foliage.

  • The next word is How would you say this word?

  • It's called heinous.

  • Hey, not say it with me one more time.

  • Heinous.

  • What do you mean by heinous?

  • A wrongful act committed by a person, especially a shocking crime.

  • It's said to be heinous.

  • The pronunciation is hate, not heinous.

  • Here's an example.

  • Sentence.

  • The criminal received the death penalty for his heinous crime.

  • The crying was so shocking that the judge was convinced he should be hanged.

  • You could use the word heinous in a much lighter way.

  • When I forgot my wedding anniversary, my wife told me I had committed a heinous act.

  • Did you see how you could use one word in multiple context?

  • Well, it's a bad idea to forget your anniversary.

  • I hope you don't do that.

  • Let's quickly move on to the next word.

  • This word confuses many students.

  • How would you say it it's called hierarchy Hi Rocky hierarchy.

  • Let's understand, what does the hierarchy mean when people in an organization or assistant are divided us for their level of importance?

  • It forms a hierarchy, say, in your company, you would have an executive, a manager and then the director of the company.

  • That's the hierarchy of your company.

  • From bottom to top.

  • I hope you got it.

  • Let's take a look at an example sentence.

  • She worked her way up through the corporate hierarchy to become president.

  • In this sentence, the phrase worked.

  • Her way up means she has put in a lot of efforts to reach the position of a president.

  • It's called hierarchy hierarchy.

  • Up next we have.

  • This is something you find in your burgers.

  • Some people don't like it, especially who are weight conscious.

  • But how do you say this word?

  • It's called mayonnaise mate that needs mayonnaise one more time.

  • Say it with me.

  • Mayonnaise Mayonnaise is a thick dressing used for salads, sandwiches or vegetable dishes.

  • Here's an example Sentence for you.

  • If you're watching the calories, don't have too much of mayonnaise.

  • In this sentence.

  • The phrase to watch calories means to be alert about what you eat, especially if you are trying to lose weight and are on a diet plan.

  • The word is mayonnaise.

  • Now this is an interesting word.

  • How many of you actually use it in your daily conversation?

  • You pronounce this word as minuscule, minuscule and not as many school.

  • That's wrong pronunciation.

  • It is mean that school minuscule one more time after me.

  • Minuscule good job, something that is extremely small or tiny is called minuscule.

  • Now let's understand how to use it in a sentence.

  • You could say many fast food workers are quitting their jobs because of minuscule salaries.

  • It means their wages are so low that they can't manage their monthly expenses as they are quitting their job.

  • I hope it is clear how to pronounce this word correctly.

  • It's minuscule.

  • Do you know what this word means?

  • First, let's understand how to pronounce this word.

  • This word is pronounced as forte.

  • It's four tape.

  • Forte Forte.

  • It's pretty simple.

  • 14 means the most highly developed characteristic or skill of a person, some skill or talent you possess an excel at.

  • You could also say it's your area of expertise.

  • I hope you got it.

  • Here's an example sentence for you because cooking has always been his forte.

  • Taking up the job of a chef was the right thing to do.

  • The word is Forte.

  • Our next word is quite similar to the previous one with its meaning.

  • The correct pronunciation is niche.

  • It's a one syllable word.

  • Nick Repeat after me.

  • Niche Perfect.

  • I am sure it's straightforward to understand.

  • As I mentioned earlier, this word has a similar meaning to Forte.

  • It means a job or position that is very suitable for someone, especially the one that they like.

  • When you have a forte into something, you create a niche in that area with your skills, your skills compliment the field of work.

  • You don't feel out of place.

  • Let's look at an example sentence to use it in real conversation.

  • James has carved a niche for himself as a financial advisor.

  • In this sentence, the phrase to carve a niche means to create a place for yourself because of your hard work.

  • I hope you've got that.

  • Let's move on to the next word.

  • Have you ever used this word for someone?

  • It's pronounced as maniac maniac, One more time, Maniac a word of caution.

  • You cannot use this word casually to describe someone.

  • It might offend someone, and you could even land in trouble if you call someone a maniac.

  • A maniac is someone who has an extreme temperament or is overly enthusiastic.

  • It could also mean someone who has a very strong interest in a particulary activity, such as a football maniac or a gaming maniac.

  • Here's an example.

  • Sentence.

  • I won't get in the car with Richard.

  • He drives like a maniac.

  • I hope you understood how to use the word maniac.

  • Let's move on to the next word.

  • How do you say this?

  • Four letter word isn't orry.

  • Once the correct pronunciation?

  • Well, the correct pronunciation is arrived one more time.

  • Repeat after me, all right.

  • Looking at the spelling, you might have thought it Sorry, but it's pronounced as arrived.

  • When something doesn't go as planned, it means it has gone to write.

  • This word is used in a negative sense as an adjective to describe that things are not moving as you want them to.

  • For example, the Corona virus lock down has made things arrive for many businesses.

  • Let's look at one more example.

  • Anything that goes a right in the office is blamed on John, meaning John is a soft target in the office and quite an infamous person.

  • I hope now you know what does right mean and how to pronounce it correctly.

  • Let's quickly revise all the words we have learned today.

  • Try and repeat after me for practice.

  • Accessory across federal foliage, heinous hierarchy.

  • Mayonnaise.

  • Minuscule Forte.

  • Nick's maniac All right, that's all for today.

  • I hope this English lesson was useful and has helped you improve your pronunciation for these common English words.

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あなたが発音を間違えている英単語12選!| 英単語の発音の間違い|発音の間違いを修正しよう (12 Common English Words You’re Mispronouncing! | Mispronounced Words | Fix Pronunciation Mistakes)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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