- 1 How do British people say probably?
- 2 Is it pronounced probably or probably?
- 3 How do you say spell probably?
- 4 What’s the hardest word to pronounce?
- 5 Why do Brits pronounce TH as F?
- 6 What British accent says TH as F?
- 7 Why do we say probably?
- 8 Why do people say probly instead of probably?
- 9 What is the difference between probably and properly?
- 10 Where can I use probably?
- 11 Does probably mean yes or no?
- 12 What are the 10 most mispronounced words?
- 13 What is the craziest word?
- 14 What word takes 3 hours to say?
How do British people say probably?
Below is the UK transcription for ‘probably’: Modern IPA: prɔ́bəblɪj. Traditional IPA: ˈprɒbəbliː 3 syllables: ” PROB” + “uhb” + “lee”
Is it pronounced probably or probably?
Probably, probably. As I said, some people will reduce this to two syllables, so you might here pro-bly, -bly, without the middle syllable. Prob-ly, prob-ly. And sometimes you’ll hear it without the B at all: ‘prolly’, ‘prolly’, ‘prolly’.
How do you say spell probably?
- probly – 16.7%
- probley – 7.2%
- probaly – 6.2%
- probally – 6%
- probabily – 5.2%
- probabl – 3.6%
- propably – 3.4%
- probabley – 2%
What’s the hardest word to pronounce?
The Most Difficult English Word To Pronounce
Why do Brits pronounce TH as F?
Why do some English speakers pronounce TH-sounds as F- or V-sounds? Welcome to TH-fronting. Simply put, it’s what happens when speakers use the sounds /f/ or /v / instead of TH. This results in words like “thing” becoming “fing,” or “brother” becoming “bruvver” — and it can also make “three” and “free” sound identical.
What British accent says TH as F?
Th-fronting is a prominent feature of several dialects of English, notably Cockney, Essex dialect, Estuary English, some West Country and Yorkshire dialects, African American Vernacular English, and Liberian English, as well as in many non-native English speakers (e.g. Hong Kong English, though the details differ among
Why do we say probably?
Probably is commonly used to express that you think something is likely to happen (as in He’ll probably be late) or could prove to be true (as in It probably costs more than that, so you should bring some extra money to be safe).
Why do people say probly instead of probably?
We’ve all done it one time or another. Instead of enunciating the syllables in “probably,” a slurred “probly” comes out instead. This naturally also means that the stressed syllables are more interesting and important to your production and understanding of the word than the unstressed ones.
What is the difference between probably and properly?
Probably is an adverb used to express a level of certainty that’s slightly less than 100%. For example: I’ll probably see you tomorrow. Properly is an adverb used to show something has been done in the right way.
Where can I use probably?
You use probably to say that a statement is very likely to be true. With a verb phrase consisting of an auxiliary verb and a main verb, put probably after the auxiliary verb. For example, say ‘He will probably come soon’. Don’t say ‘He probably will come soon’.
Does probably mean yes or no?
Probably means most likely – more yes than no. Conversely, you could say “probably not” to mean more no than yes.
What are the 10 most mispronounced words?
Here are 20 of the most commonly mispronounced words in English, and how to say them right.
- 1 Pronunciation. Ironically, many people mispronounce this word!
- 2 Cupboard.
- 3 Epitome.
- 4 Salmon/almond.
- 5 Library/February.
- 6 Definitely.
- 7 Ask.
- 8 Wednesday.
What is the craziest word?
34 of the Zaniest, Craziest Words in the Dictionary (Anything Missing? Add It In the Comments!)
- Bumfuzzle. This is a simple term that refers to being confused, perplexed, or flustered or to cause confusion.
What word takes 3 hours to say?
Note the ellipses. All told, the full chemical name for the human protein titin is 189,819 letters, and takes about three-and-a-half hours to pronounce. The problem with including chemical names is that there’s essentially no limit to how long they can be.