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2010-06-06 monovalent [en] monovalent pronunciation 3 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 polyvalent [en] polyvalent pronunciation 1 votes
2010-06-06 adrenal [en] adrenal pronunciation 6 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 bile [en] bile pronunciation 3 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 hydrophilic [en] hydrophilic pronunciation 2 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 hydrophobic [en] hydrophobic pronunciation 3 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 saturated [en] saturated pronunciation 4 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 unsaturated [en] unsaturated pronunciation 1 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 polyunsaturated [en] polyunsaturated pronunciation 1 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 monounsaturated [en] monounsaturated pronunciation 1 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 cholesterol [en] cholesterol pronunciation 3 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 coagulation [en] coagulation pronunciation 1 votes
2010-06-06 Synthesis [en] Synthesis pronunciation 5 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 triglycerides [en] triglycerides pronunciation 2 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 biomolecule [en] biomolecule pronunciation 1 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 molecules [en] molecules pronunciation 2 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 molecule [en] molecule pronunciation 3 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 glycerol [en] glycerol pronunciation 1 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 appalachia [en] appalachia pronunciation 0 votes
2010-06-06 Appalachian [en] Appalachian pronunciation 1 votes
2010-06-06 Himalayas [en] Himalayas pronunciation 3 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 thanks [en] thanks pronunciation 13 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 thankless [en] thankless pronunciation 2 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 thankful [en] thankful pronunciation 5 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 thickly [en] thickly pronunciation 3 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 stank [en] stank pronunciation 3 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 stinky [en] stinky pronunciation 2 votes
2010-06-06 stink [en] stink pronunciation 3 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 sunken [en] sunken pronunciation 4 votes Best pronunciation
2010-06-06 sunk [en] sunk pronunciation 4 votes Best pronunciation
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User's info

I am a native of the United States. I was raised in North Central and North West Florida. I graduated from Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida.

I have a passion for language and fascination with accents and dialects. I completed a Medical Terminology course in college, and absolutely loved it!

I speak with the General American (GA) accent , influenced to some extent by a Southern American English (SAE) dialect.

I defer to pronunciations given in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary.

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General American (GA), like British Received Pronunciation (RP), as well as most standard language varieties of many other societies, has never been the accent of the entire nation. However, it has become widely spoken in many American films, TV series, national news, commercial ads, and American radio broadcasts.

While there is not any single formal definition of General American, various features are considered to be part of it, including rhotic pronunciation.

The General American accent is most closely related to a generalized Midwestern accent and is spoken particularly by many newscasters. The famous news anchor Walter Cronkite is a good example of a broadcaster using this accent.

General American is sometimes promoted as preferable to other regional accents. In the United States, classes promising "accent reduction" generally attempt to teach speech patterns similar to this accent. General American is also the accent typically taught to people learning English as a second language in the United States, as well as outside the country to anyone who wishes to learn "American English". - Wikipedia

Here is a good example of the General American accent: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OxA6sSTAaws&feature=related

Sex: Female

Accent/country: United States

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