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2014-09-21 Tifinagh [en] Tifinagh pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-21 Medan [en] Medan pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-21 one's back to the wall [en] one's back to the wall pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-21 polysyllable [en] polysyllable pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-21 Alaskan Peninsula [en] Alaskan Peninsula pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-21 Portrane [en] Portrane pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-21 Ballina [en] Ballina pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-21 Ardara [en] Ardara pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-21 Bunratty [en] Bunratty pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-21 Knappogue [en] Knappogue pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-21 Clongowes [en] Clongowes pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-21 faux pas [en] faux pas pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-21 parka [en] parka pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-21 euneirophrenia [en] euneirophrenia pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-21 adamantinoma [en] adamantinoma pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-21 South Tyrol [en] South Tyrol pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-21 Greenwich Observatory [en] Greenwich Observatory pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-20 flame-out [en] flame-out pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-20 cognitively [en] cognitively pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-20 business as usual [en] business as usual pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-20 implementable [en] implementable pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-20 Simon & Schuster [en] Simon & Schuster pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-19 Coghlan [en] Coghlan pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-19 Villiers [en] Villiers pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-19 Kilhenny [en] Kilhenny pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-19 Riordan [en] Riordan pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-19 roughening [en] roughening pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-19 rubdown [en] rubdown pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-19 cos(x) [en] cos(x) pronunciation 0 votes
2014-09-19 tan(x) [en] tan(x) pronunciation 0 votes
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User's info

I'm a native of Dublin, Ireland who currently lives in north county Dublin. Locally my accent would be considered well educated/well spoken. Two decades spent in southern England (London and Oxford) and marriage to a native of Oxfordshire have no doubt had an impact on my spoken English.

I have a degree in English and am fascinated by the language in its various forms. I would describe myself as speaking "Hiberno-English", a variation of English marked by influences in pronunciation, vocabulary and syntax from the native Irish language, Gaeilge

I'm happy to pronounce words in Irish English and British English. I generally don't pronounce words specific to locations where other forms of English are dominant and I don't vote on such pronunciations. It does make me smile when I see non-native speakers voting down native speakers!

Sex: Female

Accent/country: Ireland


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