How do you say correctly?
Normally, we pronounce the with a short sound (like “thuh”). But when the comes before a vowel sound, we pronounce it as a long “thee”. When we wish to place emphasis on a particular word, we can use “emphatic the” [thee], whether or not the word begins with a consonant or vowel sound.
How do you say bombastic words?
Tips to improve your English pronunciation:
- Break ‘bombastic’ down into sounds: [BOM] + [BAST] + [IK] – say it out loud and exaggerate the sounds until you can consistently produce them.
- Record yourself saying ‘bombastic’ in full sentences, then watch yourself and listen.
How do you use correct in a sentence?
Correct sentence example
- At least he had found the correct profession.
- The government operating in its correct role is instrumental to civilization.
- Later, as she looked down at his sleeping form, she was silently cursing the doctor because his diagnosis was correct, but for the wrong partner.
How do you say you are wrong in a polite way?
10 expressions to Use In Speaking And Writing:
- I’m afarid that’s not quite right.
- Actually, I think you’ll find that
- I’m afraid you’re mistaken.
- I don’t think you’re right about
- Actually, I don’t think
- No, you’ve got it wrong.
- No, that’s all wrong.
- Rubbish! / You’re talking rubbish.
What is the hardest word to say?
The Most Difficult English Word To Pronounce
What is the hardest word?
Top 10 Hardest Words to Spell
- Pochemuchka. A Russian term used when a person asks too many questions.
- Gobbledegook. Gobbledegook is incoherent babbling in a fashion that makes no sense amounting to random words and noises to your listeners.
What word takes 3 hours to say?
Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis (45 letters)
What is these in grammar?
This and these are demonstratives, which means they indicate a specific noun in a sentence. The two words are similar because they refer to nouns that are near in space and time. This is used with singular or uncountable nouns (i.e. this egg or this music). These refers to plural nouns (i.e. these cookies).