Top Ten Different English Words Non-Native Speakers are Likely to Pronounce the Same
The Top Ten
The hard and soft "s", as well as "c" and "s" still are hard for me to distinguish. - Martin_Canine
"Th" is a typically English thing. Many people don't know how to pronounce it. - Martin_Canine
When I pronounce tree its "thRRee". Hard R and hard T. When I pronounce three, its soft T and soft R. sometimes hard R. - zxm
Get it to №1!
These two words sound pretty same to me. - zxm
Huh? They ARE pronounced the same.
Ditto above and below. Someone apparently doesn't understand the point of this list.
But they are pronounced the same - AliciaMae
I didn't figure out the difference until recently...
They sound the same to me, a native English speaker.