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Its common that in the English language people make mistakes when they are pronouncing the words because it’s a new language for them and this causes sometimes that the native speakersdon’t understand when a foreign speaker is talking to them and causes a misunderstanding that’s why it’s important that people learn the correct way to pronounced the words.

* Learnto pronounced the words correctly
* Identify the most common mistakes.
* To know the rules of pronunciation.

1.Jewelry: n. body decorations.
sometimes this word is pronounced ( yewelry)and is pronounced juwerly.

2.Interesting: adj. causing curiosity.
most of the people when are learning English says( interestink) instead of saying (intresting).
3.Clothes: n. coverings for aperson
the “th” sound followed by an “s” is very difficult even for native speakers.  Pronounce this word just like the word “close” as in: “Please close the door.”
Say: I wear clothes (close) when Iclose the door.
4. Months: n. a period of time of approx 30 days.
again the “th” sound followed by an “s” is too difficult.  Pronounce this word without the “th” sound.  Just say “muns”.
Say: Iwill stay for one month (munth), but he will stay for six months (muns).
5.Library: n. a collection of books and other reference materials
is mispronounced people says (librari) and its supposed tobe pronounced (laibrary).
6. An : one ,some
many students pronounce this word like “on” or “un”.  All you have to do is say it just like the letter “n”.
Say: She ate an (n) apple.
7. Island: n.piece of land completely surround by water.
the “s” is not pronounced. 
Say: He was stuck on the island (iland) without his “s”.
8. Once : adv.ocurring one time only.
the beginning sound is likea “w”; similar to the word “won” with an “s” sound at the end, not like the beginning sound of the word “on”.
Say: Once (wons) I won one hundred dollars.
9. . kilometer: n.distance.
often this...
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