Everyday English- suit/suite

Everyday English for Today’s People
Suit&Suite-
Pronounced ‘Soot’/‘Syoot’ & ‘Sweet’
When you wear it, it’s a suit (soot)/(syoot)
When it’s a room, it’s a suite (sweet)
Eg. The lady in the suit (soot)/(syoot) just came out of her suite (sweet)
*** All ‘words’ in parentheses depict how the topic words should be pronounced.
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©Adwoa A Akuamoah.

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