This is the first in a series of posts on the differences in pronunciation between “half” and “half”.
Most of my time lately has been spent doing research on how I pronounce vowels. I am currently trying to figure out which way I should be pronouncing “suck” and “bitch.
I’m not sure if all of this information is absolutely necessary. If you’re going to do a web search, I would personally recommend just going with what you’ve determined to be the way you should be talking. You don’t need to go through the whole thing. Just do an Internet search for a word that you know is pronounced with a hard “s” and see what comes up.
Sounds like someone has decided that the way I pronounce suck and bitch is to pronounce them with a hard hard s. I will say though that I like how you pronounce them, but I cant say that because I’ve never had a hard hard s sound in my mouth.
Sounds like someone just figured out that you should be pronouncing your words with a hard hard s. And they will get their money back.
The hard hard s sound, the sound that lets us say suck and bitch with just one syllable, is a common error for American adults. A person who pronounces suck as s and bitch as z could sound out of their mind. It can also be seen as a way to avoid using the wrong syllable for the consonant, or to avoid using a hard hard s. However, we hear it so much that it’s hard to see how it’s a problem.
In fact, we hear the hard hard s sound because we are very rarely being addressed as suck or bitch. We are addressed as half, half, or all the other syllables. For example, we are most often addressed as my half, or as half the other half, or half you, or half that other half, or half that.
In other words, we don’t like the way we sound. We are generally considered to sound like we are either half deaf, half dumb, or half stoned.
To the average person who hears us most often, we sound like we are a little bit of a dick. But as we are the ones who are most often being addressed by the person we are trying to be, our voices have the power to make us feel a little bit better, while also creating a connection that can be useful.