Why are American pronunciations often called the correct pronunciation for non American words?
- robertoLv 68 months ago
america is a mutt nation mutt language,,baaaadest mutt nation in world history,,,,, a funny but true,,,,,,the net brings out my theory,,styles of el americano ingleski on the net are like chicken recipes, everyone has one,errors in pronunciation abound,in writing typing,,contractions,apostrophes,diacritical marks,,we got hillbillyspeak,easter speak,britspeak latino speak,blackspeak,,valleyspeak native to southern california
and then we got democrat zombiespeak
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- JASONLv 69 months ago
I noticed a lot of Americans pronounce Craig like Creg, whereas in England it's like Cray-g.
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- bluebellbkkLv 79 months ago
Your question is pointless unless you give us a few EXAMPLES.
- LiliLv 79 months ago
They aren't, in my experience. Where did you get that idea?
They may be considered standard pronunciation in the US, but that doesn't mean they are generally regarded as correct.
- busterwasmycatLv 79 months ago
Only called that when in the US.
- ignoramusLv 79 months ago
Simple - sheer ignorance.
- MercuryLv 79 months ago
Never heard that before.
- SatanLv 79 months ago
No idea why they think that - The English pronunciation would be the correct one.
Reason: What language do they speak in the US? English.
Don't like it? Speak Spanish then