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When we read the word "Neither",prefer to read /naiðər/ or /ni:ðə/?

(If that in England or America is diffrerent,please tell me,thanks)

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sorry,it's "/naiðər/ or /ni:ðər/"

For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Language



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    They're both acceptable pronunciations (although /ni:ðər/ is better than /ni:ðə/), and you'll likely hear both of them in all major English-speaking countries (to the best of my knowledge). I personally use both pronunciations whenever I feel like it, and they both sound perfectly natural. The same goes for "either".

    And yes, I'm aware of how weird that is.

    In -USA- we generally pronounce 'neither' with a long sound like [neether].

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