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To know how to pronounce the French word visage you can start from the English pronunciation and then correct it with comparison to the English sounds because French has different sounds. In English visage is pronounced ['vizidz]. In French, as was mentionned in another answer, there is no particular accentuated syllable. The main difference in the ...
I would render the pronunciation as veezahzh (IPA: /vi.zaʒ/), with the understanding that the sounds of vowels in French largely don't match the sounds of English. French does not have vowel length or stress as a phonemic distinction. The i sound is a close front unrounded vowel, IPA symbol /i/. It is close, but not exactly identical, to the long i (/iː/) ...
I agree with @hunter, the question seems to emphasise on the pronunciation of the "i". From what I know There's only one way to pronounce /i/ in French, unlike different ways of pronouncing comme, peur, cœur, faire, frère, différent, cours, mur, Treiz
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