- 1 How do the British say brother?
- 2 How do you say the word brother?
- 3 How do you say sister in British?
- 4 Is there a correct way to pronounce either?
- 5 How do you say brother in Japanese?
- 6 What does elder brother mean?
- 7 How do you say sister in Japanese?
- 8 What does ither mean?
- 9 Which English is used in India?
How do the British say brother?
Below is the UK transcription for ‘brother’: Modern IPA: brə́ðə Traditional IPA: ˈbrʌðə 2 syllables: “BRUDH” + “uh”
How do you say the word brother?
Break ‘brother’ down into sounds: [ BRUDH] + [UH] – say it out loud and exaggerate the sounds until you can consistently produce them. Record yourself saying ‘brother’ in full sentences, then watch yourself and listen.
How do you say sister in British?
Below is the UK transcription for ‘sister’:
- Modern IPA: sɪ́sdə
- Traditional IPA: ˈsɪstə
- 2 syllables: “SIST” + “uh”
Is there a correct way to pronounce either?
4 Answers. Both are correct. Ee-ther /ˈiːð. ə(ɹ)/ tends to be more common in the United States, but it would not be wrong to use aye-ther /ˈaɪð.
How do you say brother in Japanese?
How to Say Brother in Japanese
- 兄 (Ani) – One’s Older Brother.
- お兄さん (Onii-San) – Big Brother.
- 兄貴 (Aniki) – One’s Older Brother, One’s Senior.
- 弟 (Otouto) – (One’s) Younger Brother.
- 兄上 (Ani-Ue) – Honored Older Brother.
- 兄弟 (Kyoudai) – Brothers.
- 義理の兄・義理の弟 (Giri no Ani/ Giri no Otouto) – Brother-in-Law.
What does elder brother mean?
a sister/brother/son/daughter who is older than the other sister(s), brother(s), etc. After she was widowed, she shared a house with her elder brother.
How do you say sister in Japanese?
Use “Imouto” as the “little sister” word.
- Don’t add honorifics “-chan” or “-kun” to the end.
- Add “-san” when talking about someone else’s little sister.
- “-ou-” means you double the “o” sound, as before with the “e” sound in “nee.”
- “i” and “o” are pronounced as above.
What does ither mean?
ither. / (ˈɪðər) / determiner. a Scot word for other.
Which English is used in India?
In theory, English speakers in India follow British English as specified in the Oxford or Longman English dictionaries. In practice, Indians use many words and phrases that don’t exist in British or American English.