Pronunciation of Oak
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Pronunciation details of Oak
How is Oak pronounced?
International Phonetic Alphabet coded:
- oak = oʊk (/oʊ/k)
Hyphenation of Oak
How is Oak hyphenated?
- British and American usage: Oak (no hyphenation)
Tongue twisters with Oak
How can I improve my pronunciation?
You can use tongue twisters (phrases that are difficult to articulate properly, especially fast) to help with pronunciation of certain words and sounds. Oak appears in the following tongue twister:
- In pine tar is. In oak none is. In mud eels are. In clay none is.
(If read fast, it sounds like gibberish.)
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