Are you familiar with those Romanian words that seem like a challenge? And, do you know how to use them correctly? In today’s Romanian lessons we explore different ways to pronounce a word because you never know when you will hear it again. From traditional letter pronunciation to unusual pronunciations such as this one.
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And as a bonus, it seems there is something for everyone In the world. For many, being Romanian, a master at pronouncing words, is easy, but to those who are not so lucky, it may take some time reading our tips as we show 10 ways to pronounce words using traditional Romanian letters and our favorite, an unusual pronunciation of the word.For many, a master in pronouncing words will give the impression that it is possible to get by in life without saying Latin.
This is a very common trick used by people with difficulty pronouncing Romanian words that do not end in a vowel. I use it a lot In my classes. And I hope you do too.
I like the use of the Roman alphabet which uses vowels, but also the letter d that indicates a vowel sound that is not pronounced, or in the case of Latin, as in caelum, “thou.” It is especially used when referring to names of people or things. This is a very useful trick for Latin learners as I often share tips using traditional Roman letters, but sometimes even more difficult, with the Romanian alphabet.
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