How to say these words slowly syllable by syllable? How do I pronounce the vowel in the second syllable? 1. table (is it correct to say it tay-ball with an aw as in "law") 2. fable (is it correct to say it fay-ball with an aw as in "law") 3. feeble (is it correct to say it fee-ball with an aw as in "law") 4. mile (is it correct to say it my-all with an aw as in "law")
Apr 17, 2016 7:16 PM
Answers · 4
For each of the words you mentioned, the closest pronunciation would be the u in English "bull." So table would be "tay-bull" and mile would be "my-ull."
April 17, 2016
The answer to each of your questions is no. The best way to go about this is to use an online dictionary. Merriam Webster, the Oxford Dictionary, the Cambridge dictionary or another if you prefer, and type each of these words in. There will be an audio icon, which when you click on it will allow you to hear the correct pronunciation of each word.
April 17, 2016
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