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  1. Learn And Practice Tiny Pronunciation Differences Sometimes this is the case for learning pronunciation – a tiny difference in a sound can change the word completely. In today’s lesson, I’m going to help you practice 10 words that students often mispronounce, resulting in a totally different word. NOSY / NOISY Nosy has the same “o” sound as in go, slow, and those. Noisy has the same “oi” sound as in boy, toy, and coin. QUITE / QUIET Quite is one syllable. It rhymes with right, white, and fight. The word quiet has two syllables, with the stress on the first one: QUI-et. STILL / STEAL Still rhymes with fill, will, and kill. The word steal rhymes with feel, deal, and meal. It is OK to learn information about English. But it is much, much more effective to become used to English through repeated speaking and listening. Unlike Spanish, for example, in which words are read and pronounced exactly as they’re written, many words in English are spoken differently than their written forms. Some words sound completely different from one another even though they’re spelled similarly . If you really want to improve your English then IELTS is the great way to learn. You might have hesitation in taking up the right institute. IELTS coaching in Kurali will provide a free demo before you start.  Source: www.fluentu.com