Monday, 25 March 2013


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In British English, the phonetic symbol /aʊ/ corresponds to the vowel sound in words like "how" and "out". It is called a diphthong. 

Some common words which practice the pronunciation of /aʊ/ include the following:
  • with "ou": doubt - count - found - loud - out - shout - sound;
  • with "ow": brown - cow - down - how - now - owl - towel - tower - town;

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