8 Words in English Difficult To Pronounce for Non-Native Speakers

English is not an easy language to pronounce! If you’re having trouble with your tongue, read on. English borrows words from many different languages, so the rules for pronunciation can change depending on the origin of the word, the meaning of the word, or even the region where the word is spoken. Here are some of the most common English words that are difficult for non-native speakers to pronounce.

Pronunciation

pruh-nun-see-A-shun

Pronunciation is a noun.

My pronunciation isn’t very good.

Pronounce

pruh-NOWNCE

Pronounce is a verb.

How do you pronounce this word?

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In, On, or At? Prepositions for Transportation, Location, Time, and Technology

English students sometimes feel lost when using the prepositions in, on, and at.

Luckily, there are a few rules you can follow (most of the time!). Prepositions can be learned by topic. Topics can include transportation, location, time and date, and technology. Continue reading In, On, or At? Prepositions for Transportation, Location, Time, and Technology