law pronunciation

December 22, 2021
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The two main words in the English language are “law” and “lawyer.” They are pronounced to rhyme like “lawn” and “lawn mower.” But the pronunciation of these words is actually different in different regions of the world.

In parts of the world the words are pronounced exactly the same. In the U.S. and Canada the words are pronounced as “lawyer” but in other countries it’s pronounced “law”.

If you can put your mind to a task, you can. I believe that if you work in the world where law is the law, you will be able to put your mind to the task.

That being said, I still get confused sometimes. I’m used to the English pronunciation where law are pronounced as law and lawyer be pronounced as lawyer. In some places the words don’t even rhyme. These people are the ones who are using the wrong pronunciations.

I can’t remember the name of the game, but my brain remembers it.

That is a really good question, and its been my own struggles with it. I still can’t get it right. I can pronounce it “law” and “lawyer” but I cant pronounce it like “lawyer.” I have no idea. I think it comes from the fact that the word law is pronounced with a long “l” sound, and lawyer’s pronounced with a short “l.” I actually believe its a matter of how you pronounce it.

I had this question a few weeks ago as well and it became pretty clear that while I knew the answer to it, I probably still didn’t know the correct way to say it. So I decided to write down a rule of thumb.

The rules of thumb are the same as the rules of grammar. If you don’t find a rule of thumb that works for you, don’t use it. Try it before you do. Your goal is to find a proper rule and then find that one.

You can either spell it out or use the dictionary. I prefer the dictionary because it is more consistent. For a general rule of thumb, if you are in a room full of people and you see someone with a law degree, its probably a lawyer. If you are in a room full of people and see no one with a law degree, its probably a lawyer.

The second rule of thumb for a lawyer is that its not the first letter of the alphabet that is the first letter of the law. The second letter of the alphabet is the title.

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