What! Is it true?

What! Is it true?

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Comments

emiti

In my experience, the word "e" with the upper dash is pronounced as "ye". So the whole word "emiti" is pronounced: "ye mi ti". When you pronounced the "ye" really fast, it will mix with the word "miti", making the sound "yem ti" - remember to close your lips at the end of "m". That's how you heard "guilty" in the first place.

emiti

I've listened to "emiti" over and over again, I even slowed it on my Windows Media Player (wmp), and it still sounds close to "guilty". Am I the only one who hears this? Any suggestions?

emiti

I learned the pronunciation of this word before I saw the translation and it always sounded like the sound of the letters "N" and "T" to me. I can however, see (or rather hear) where is sounds like guilty. I would suggest thinking of it more as the sounds "em" and "ti" than trying to pronounce all the letters. I hope this helps!

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