Everyday English- ‘Great’ Pronunciation

Everyday English for Today’s People
By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah.
Great/ Grateful Pronunciation
Say greyt (like gr8)
And greyt-ful
Just like you say ‘Eight’ or ‘Ate’ (eyt)

Not gree’eyt like you say ‘Create’.
(Just like you won’t text gre8, don’t say it)
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Everyday English- Grateful Not Greatful

Everyday English for Today’s People
By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah.
Grateful Not Greatful
I have learned to accept people with their mistakes in language; no matter how huge. I have learnt to accept all kinds of mistakes as I make mistakes too.
But greatful?? Ooohoooo!
Anyway,
Please there is no such word.
Say grateful, not greatful.
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Everyday English- Prostate/Prostrate

Everyday English for Today’s People
By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah.
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(3). Prostate/Prostrate
My interest in these words is the former.
Say ‘Prostate’ cancer not Prostrate.
I know this kind of cancer can render men helpless or defenceless (Prostrate them) but there’s only one meaning of ‘Prostate’ and that is in reference to a gland in males.
Eg. The mention of possible Prostate cancer prostrated the poor man.👍🏽✔️
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Everyday English- Country

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By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah.
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(2). Count/Country- Pronunciation
For the word Count, Say kawnt
For ‘Country’, Say- kún-tree
ú- as in ‘Up’
ee- as in fee
Yes, ‘kún-tree’. ✔️
Not ‘kawn-tree’. ❌
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Everyday English- Bouncy/Bouncing

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(1). Bouncing/Bouncy
Any of these is correct for a healthy, lively baby.
Eg. She was delivered of a bouncy baby boy✔️
She was delivered of a bouncing baby boy✔️
I’m told I was literally a bouncing baby girl 😛✔️
I’m told I was literally a bouncy baby girl. 😛✔️
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Everyday English- CrUsh/CrAsh (N)

Everyday English for Today’s People
By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah.
Chapter 5- Chapter Finale
CrAsh/CrUsh(N)
CrAsh- Examples:
1. Car crash/ traffic crash (accident)
2. The crash of breaking objects (noise)
3. Business/system crash (failure)
CrUsh- Examples:
1. I had a crush on my Agricultural Science teacher.🙈
2. I’d join your car but it’ll be a bit of a crush (‘packed humans’)
(Now don’t say overload again 🤣)
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Everyday English- CrUsh/CrAsh Ch4

Everyday English for Today’s People
By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah.
Crush/Crash(v) Chapter 4.

To conclude on the Verbs:
CrASh- usually comes with ‘strong’ words such as sudden, violent,damage and destruction, in its meaning. Used to communicate such ideas.

CrAsh- also means to pass the night.

Eg. I crashed at Jemima’s last night.
CrUsh- does not come with such ‘strong’ words.

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