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Like Koshi. Koshi is a Malayalee name. Cauchy is pronounced Ko shi / KO SHE.


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Les langues évoluent et les intonations changent, mais l'origine des accents aigu et grave remonte pratiquement à l'Antiquité. Les accents français ont été hérités principalement du grec ancien, mais également de l'apex latin dans le cas de l'accent aigu. Alors qu'en latin, l'apex servait simplement à marquer les voyelles longues, les accents du grec de l'...


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J'ai bien peur que ce ne soit pas une explication qui a à voir avec la langue ou la phonétique, mais bien avec les mathématiques ! À gauche, un angle aigu, qui se caracterise par un angle inférieur à 90° À droite, un accent aigu À gauche, un angle obtus, ou angle grave, qui se caracterise par un angle supérieur à 90° À droite, un accent grave Étant ...


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I personally pronounce these as /bs/ not /ps/, but I've heard it both ways and my sense is that most native speakers wouldn't be able to tell the difference if they heard the same word pronounced both ways. As to the original question of whether this is only at the beginning of words -- no, there's no difference in how these clusters are pronounced between ...


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What you're hearing is called regressive voicing assimilation, and happens whenever two consonant which differ in voicing are pronounced consecutively. It's not unique to /s/, and in fact might be slightly less common with this consonant than with some others. Just in case, some background: voiced consonant are pronounced with the vocal folds vibrating; ...


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When the s is the first letter of a word => the sound is "s" (example : syntaxe) When the s is the final letter of a word, you have to check for the next first letter, if it's a vowel => the sound is "z" (example : les avions => "les zavions") When the s is between two letters, then the sound is always "s", except if is it two vowels (example : rose => "...


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The French were of German Origin. None of your sentences is prononced Z But this one is les gouttes dans les arbres is pronounced les gouttes dans les zarbres



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