No wonder (verbal) English is confusing, Part 3

uk-mapIt seems these kinds of articles are coming out nonstop these days. While this one doesn’t have a video (awwwww), it’s short and to the point, and is another example of why spoken English can be rather confusing. We have pronunciation confusion here in the States with certain towns and such, some due to the same issue mentioned in this article from the names of towns that we took from Mother England, but also incorporating other languages like Native American, Spanish, and French just to name a few.

Read this and enjoy:

Dispatches from England: How to Sound (A Little) Less Like a Tourist When Visiting the UK

 

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