How do you say calendar in British?

How do you say calendar in British?

Below is the UK transcription for ‘calendar’:

  1. Modern IPA: káləndə
  2. Traditional IPA: ˈkæləndə
  3. 3 syllables: “KAL” + “uhn” + “duh”

How do the British pronounce portal?

Break ‘portal’ down into sounds: [PAW] + [TUHL] – say it out loud and exaggerate the sounds until you can consistently produce them….Below is the UK transcription for ‘portal’:

  1. Modern IPA: póːtəl.
  2. Traditional IPA: ˈpɔːtəl.
  3. 2 syllables: “PAW” + “tuhl”

How do we pronounce portal?

  1. Phonetic spelling of portal. p-AW-r-t-uh-l. Portal.
  2. Meanings for portal. a site that the owner positions as an entrance to other sites on the internet.
  3. Synonyms for portal. gate.
  4. Examples of in a sentence. UEFA Champions League 2007/08: Group Stage Draw.
  5. Translations of portal. Arabic : البوابة

Are there any free online courses for English pronunciation?

There are many free English pronunciation online lessons in audio. Try this audio lesson using an English Pronunciation Poem – Audio Lesson . You’ll correct heaps of commonly mispronounced words, improve your vowel sounds and word stress. Podcasts are free and ready for you to use right now!

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Is there an online dictionary with audio pronunciation?

Online dictionary with audio pronunciations. Each Macmillan Dictionary definition comes with free audio pronunciation and may help you with your English pronunciation in two ways: every headword is spelled out using the International Phonetic Alphabet; where more than one pronunciation is acceptable, variations are shown.

When did the BBC start teaching English pronunciation?

In 2005 BBC Learning English produced three radio programmes on pronunciation as part of the Talk about English series. The programmes were made with guest Alan Stanton a materials’ writer and pronunciation expert.