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Date Word Listen Votes
2012-11-03 cheese puffs [en] cheese puffs pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 dessert [en] dessert pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 buffet car [en] buffet car pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 Cornish pasty [en] Cornish pasty pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 feast or famine [en] feast or famine pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 curds and whey [en] curds and whey pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 cracknel [en] cracknel pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 flapjack [en] flapjack pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 barbeque [en] barbeque pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 scone [en] scone pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 warmly [en] warmly pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 fig jam [en] fig jam pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 toast [en] toast pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 poppadom [en] poppadom pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 saucy [en] saucy pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 onions [en] onions pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 semi-vegetarian [en] semi-vegetarian pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 Muldoon [en] Muldoon pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 groceries [en] groceries pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 Plastic surgeon [en] Plastic surgeon pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 plastic surgery [en] plastic surgery pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 plastic [en] plastic pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 dance [en] dance pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 laugh [en] laugh pronunciation -1 votes
2012-11-03 up the garden path [en] up the garden path pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 dancing [en] dancing pronunciation votes
2012-11-03 complexity [en] complexity pronunciation votes
2012-11-02 Stansted [en] Stansted pronunciation votes

User's info

I'm originally from the east coast of England, from Lincolnshire, but I lived and worked in the south west and the south east for several years. I think my Lincolnshire accent has almost disappeared, but I can still hear the two-tone vowels of some words, and I still have the dead-giveaway short northern-English vowels. If I was a convincing Lincolnshire dialect speaker, I'd add some here as I find it very poetic (as did Alfred, Lord Tennyson, who wrote many poems in Lincolnshire dialect). However, I think my pronunciation, while not RP or BBC, is clear. I now live and work in the Netherlands, and several non-native speakers have commented that my spoken English is clear and easy to understand, so I'm pretty confident to record samples on this website. My spoken Dutch, however, is a completely different matter and in this respect I'm a user rather than a supplier!

Sex: Female

Accent/country: United Kingdom

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Pronunciations: 88 (2 Best pronunciation)

Added words: 3

Votes: 10 votes

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