Everyone else gives it a soft ng sound.
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But, as interesting facts leonardo da vinci another points out, that one looks like a beast, but once you break it down, it's pretty easy to say.Not one letter is pronounced the way it should.Follow Business Insider UK on Twitter.I viso tondo tagli can only vouch for its veracity by"ng the famous phrase, "If you see it in the Sun, it.".Here is a look at how varied our dialect was 60 years ago.No one has ever researched the pronunciation of scone before, Blaxter says.But if you were new to the English language and didn't know that, you would never pronounce it correctly.This is the big one, the word that everyone gets angry about!Whereas over here it was 'autumn Blaxter says.
After more than 5,000 submissions, the message thread has become a fount of difficult vocabulary, with users from across the world sharing their favourites and personal experiences.
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(Business Insider the civil war over scone is brutal: On one side of the Peak District, around Liverpool, it's solid rhymes-with-gone territory.
Owners are also asked to ensure that no mess is left within the grounds where it will be offensive to others.If you say noo rather than nyoo then you're probably from Nottingham.(Business Insider likewise no one says hern instead of hers anymore.The nation was divided against itself on this one in much the same way in the 1950s.If you pronounce the g then you're from Bolton or Preston.If you drop the th and say something like free, you're probably from London or the South East.We call it autumn, as this map shows.