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Category:Requests for audio pronunciation

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To add an article to this category, use the template reference {{rfap}}.

See also Wiktionary:Pronunciation file requests.

Misc request: to - too - two - tow - toe - Tau (currently this group is not linked consistently)

w:List of names in English with non-intuitive pronunciations

Oldest requests
  1. 12 April 2006: accreditation
  2. 12 May 2006: threepence
  3. 29 May 2006: starkers
  4. 5 June 2006: fünfhundertfünfundfünfzig
  5. 12 June 2006: chi-square test
  6. 15 June 2006: snavigator
  7. 20 June 2006: heʻe nalu
  8. 24 July 2006: Richard
  9. 2 September 2006: erm
  10. 20 September 2006: launcegaye
  11. 21 September 2006: sacred
  12. 27 September 2006: Kau neva no di yus of im tel til di butcha kot it of
  13. 9 October 2006: clime
  14. 11 October 2006: enounce
  15. 13 October 2006: revue
  16. 6 November 2006: chilango
  17. 14 November 2006: Taoiseach
  18. 14 November 2006: chancre
  19. 26 November 2006: cummerbund
  20. 29 November 2006: predate

If you have a microphone and a copy of Audacity, or any other free ".ogg" recording software, please consider uploading your pronunciation to Commons. Remember that the default installation of audacity has the input volume set to about 20%. Most contributors here have had to change that to 100% to get decent recordings. See Wikipedia for other helpful software options. Filenames should be the ISO-639 language code, a hyphen, a region code (e.g. "us" or "uk" or "au"), another hyphen, the word being pronounced, with "ogg" as the extension. For example "en-us-Wiktionary.ogg". For homonyms we usually tack on the part of speech, e.g. "en-us-abuse-noun.ogg". When uploading to commons, remember to add [[Category:English pronunciation]] to the file description. Note that commons will now call the file "Image:En-us-Wiktionary.ogg" (adding "Image:" and capitalizing first letter.) Once file is uploaded on commons satisfactorily, the Wiktionary word should be linked to it by removing {{rfap}} and adding in {{audio|en-us-{{subst:PAGENAME}}.ogg|Audio (US)}}. Replace "(US)" with region used previously. Preview before saving! Then return here to select the next word you'd like to help us with.


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