Is the G in wrong silent?

Is the G in wrong silent?

1 Answer. Basically, the rule is: when the ng comes at the end of a word, you do not pronounce the g (ŋ), and when it is in the middle of a word and followed by a vowel, you do pronounce the g (ŋɡ). ... However, some dialects treat two words (e.g. wrong of) as one (wrongof) and pronounce it accordingly.

What words can be pronounced two different ways?

Words with more than one correct pronunciation
WordPronunciations
aunt2. “ahnt” – rhymes with “want”
broom1. /brum/ – The “oo” sounds like the vowel in “food”
2. /brʊm/ – The “oo” sounds like the vowel in “foot”
caramel1. “CAR-mel” – 2 syllables, first syllable sounds like “car”

How is II pronounced?

The "ii" at the end of words like douglasii already mentioned—just say it like "ee". Say "i" like "ee", not "eye".

How do u say hi in English?

There are many other options, but here are six of the most common formal ways to say “hello”:

  1. “Hello!”
  2. “Good morning.”
  3. “Good afternoon.”
  4. “Good evening.”
  5. “It's nice to meet you.”
  6. “It's a pleasure to meet you.” (These last two only work when you are meeting someone for the first time.)
  7. 7. “ Hi!” ( ...
  8. 8. “ Morning!” (