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Need help with pronunciation of a few french words....

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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
I have a french speaking exam coming up so yeah...
Example if i need help with manger- you say (manjay) if you understand me.
Here are the words I would like help pronouncing.

_WORDS ARE IN NEXT POST_

THANKS
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#1
étoiles - stars
désert - desert (sand desert)
verrs 7h - at 7 o'clock
#2
in google.. type in pronunciation in french

I came across a couple of links to sites that you can type in a word, and then it will translate and verbally say it

sorry, couldnt get the link to work!

Pronunciation of French Words: Spoken lexicon
How to pronounce French words ? en français. Check the pronunciation of any word you are unsure of. Just click and listen ! This is an online demo. ...
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#3
yellowsticker
in google.. type in pronunciation in french

I came across a couple of links to sites that you can type in a word, and then it will translate and verbally say it

sorry, couldnt get the link to work!


Oh you could just paste the writing and i'll copy into url...
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étoiles - stars

Say it how its spelt

Aytwal

désert - desert (sand desert)- Dayserrt

verrs 7h - at 7 o'clock- Verr sett heurrs- sett and heures should be said as one word.

I knew that Gcse A level would come in good somwhere. But I didnt expect it to be on HUKD

Bonne chance
#5
farhan123
étoiles - stars

Say it how its spelt

Aytwal

désert - desert (sand desert)- Dayserrt

verrs 7h - at 7 o'clock- Verr sett heurrs- sett and heures should be said as one word.

I knew that Gcse A level would come in good somwhere. But I didnt expect it to be on HUKD

Bonne chance


I thought they were said like that. I just needed a confirmation. Thanks. REp given
#6
Good luck with your exam!
#7
Bit late but have you seen this?
http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/french/

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