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early 15c., "mode in which a word is pronounced," from Middle French prononciation and directly from Latin pronuntiationem (nominative pronuntiatio ) "act of speaking, utterance, delivery," also "proclamation, public declaration," noun of action from past participle stem of pronuntiare "announce" (see pronounce ).

The American T is influenced very strongly by intonation and its position in a word or phrase. It can be a little tricky if you try to base your pronunciation on spelling alone.

1 Beginning of a Word [T is T]
If the T is at the beginning of a word (or the top of the staircase), it is a strong, clear T sound.

Middle English pronunciacion , from Anglo-French pronunciation , from Latin pronuntiation-, pronuntiatio , from pronuntiare

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(Definition of “pronunciation” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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early 15c., "mode in which a word is pronounced," from Middle French prononciation and directly from Latin pronuntiationem (nominative pronuntiatio ) "act of speaking, utterance, delivery," also "proclamation, public declaration," noun of action from past participle stem of pronuntiare "announce" (see pronounce ).

The American T is influenced very strongly by intonation and its position in a word or phrase. It can be a little tricky if you try to base your pronunciation on spelling alone.

1 Beginning of a Word [T is T]
If the T is at the beginning of a word (or the top of the staircase), it is a strong, clear T sound.

early 15c., "mode in which a word is pronounced," from Middle French prononciation and directly from Latin pronuntiationem (nominative pronuntiatio ) "act of speaking, utterance, delivery," also "proclamation, public declaration," noun of action from past participle stem of pronuntiare "announce" (see pronounce ).

The American T is influenced very strongly by intonation and its position in a word or phrase. It can be a little tricky if you try to base your pronunciation on spelling alone.

1 Beginning of a Word [T is T]
If the T is at the beginning of a word (or the top of the staircase), it is a strong, clear T sound.

Middle English pronunciacion , from Anglo-French pronunciation , from Latin pronuntiation-, pronuntiatio , from pronuntiare

What made you want to look up pronunciation ? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible).

early 15c., "mode in which a word is pronounced," from Middle French prononciation and directly from Latin pronuntiationem (nominative pronuntiatio ) "act of speaking, utterance, delivery," also "proclamation, public declaration," noun of action from past participle stem of pronuntiare "announce" (see pronounce ).



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