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How to Pronounce SCHEDULE (US, UK & Australian pronunciation) | English Pronunciation

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Learn the meaning and pronunciation of "schedule". I will show you how it is pronounced in the US, the UK and Australia. Click "CC" for subtitles. Help those people whose English isn't as strong as yours and add subtitles in your language: https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?ref=player&v=B9H4kyOCiCA Pronounce English words correctly! For more English lessons, visit my channel, English with Max. All of the videos are free. These include free English vocabulary videos, English grammar videos, English pronunciation videos, English tips, and various other English lessons. This channel aims at helping people learn and improve their English - whether they have been learning English for a while or have recently started. I am a native speaker from Australia. I mainly speak British English. Stalk me! https://www.facebook.com/EnglishWithMax https://twitter.com/EnglishWithMax https://www.instagram.com/englishwithmax/
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English with Max (11 months ago)
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im majid (2 months ago)
يجب ان تكون هناك ترجمة الى العربية شكرا لكي than kyou
SauceyRed (17 days ago)
I've heard both pronounciation many times and when i heard the British one I got confused, I knew it had to be a British vs American thing, never bothered to look it up tho, but now I heard it again an decided to look it up. I honestly don't like the British one, the American one sounds better, personal preference.
Zihao He (2 months ago)
Well, I now have a reason to believe that my PTE/IELTS scores are affected by the occasional misuse of British/Australian/American English. I learned the basics of English in China as I grew up there and the English books are written in American English. Then I moved into Australia and picked up part of the pronunciation and spellings in Australian English. For the entertainment, I watch American TV shows and movies. I can see how problematic my spellings has become. Do you have any advice to standardise my use of English?
English with Max (2 months ago)
Oh I see. Yes, it might also depend on who is marking your exam.
Zihao He (2 months ago)
English with Max  Thanks for the reply, Max. Apparently, some English tests take this matter more seriously. Let's say if I write an essay in British English and spell a word in American's way. This word would be considered misspelt. For example, I only realised not long ago that "skeptical" is actually spelt "sceptical" in Australia.
English with Max (2 months ago)
With regard to speaking, I don't think it really matters if you mix up the pronunciations a bit - the most important thing is that you're clear and easy to understand :). Re vocabulary, I think it's normally best to use the vocabulary that will be most easily understood by whomever you're speaking to. (E.g. Some Americans might not know that Brits and Australians often say "flat" instead of "apartment".) If you live in Australia, I suggest you use British spelling, which is the standard accepted spelling in Australia. However, at university my lecturers said that it didn't matter which spelling we used (American or British) in our assignments, as long as we were consistent. I hope that helps!
recentral48 (4 months ago)
SHedule just sounds... wrong. It's sKedule.
English with Max (4 months ago)
I say "sKedule" too, but that probably sounds weird to some people ;).
Harold clark (9 months ago)
Hello , just subscribed, a very useful channel even though I’m an Australian
English with Max (9 months ago)
It's funny how my channel is aimed at non-native speakers, but several native speakers watch it :). I'm glad it's useful!
DarkSoldier (9 months ago)
please pronunciation of : mortal, little. https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/mortal , https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/little . In British English , thanks
Fabio Labanca (10 months ago)
I always have problems to pronounce and to write this word! Thanks for helping... =)
English with Max (10 months ago)
I'm glad it helped!
متعة التعليم (11 months ago)
*Amazing, I have an education channel and some times need few seconds from other channel to explain something related to it.. Can I use few seconds from your videos? if you don't mind...I will wait for your response if you agree*
English with Max (10 months ago)
Hi, I just sent you a private message ;).
Tikus241 (11 months ago)
I like the American way!
English with Max (11 months ago)
Me too!
porrymanX (1 year ago)
May I suggest a pronunciation video about these words? beer, beard, bear . Thnx! I affraid to ask for a couple of beers and get a couple of bears.....
English with Max (1 year ago)
Sorry, I just saw this. That's a great suggestion! I'll add it to the list ;).
Tommy Santos (1 year ago)
Hi max it's good to be back with you again and thanks for ensenar a corregir errores y dudas well I have a question what's the difference between "LIES" and "FIBS" for example are you telling lies and are you telling find me gustaria q me sacaras de esa duda a y otra cosa me gusta tu acento cuando hablas un abrazo desde Charlotte N.C united states
English with Max (1 year ago)
Gracias, Tommy :). They more or less mean the same thing, but "fib" is colloquial, whereas "lie" can be used in any context. A fib is also normally a small lie. Maybe "mentirijilla" in Spanish? E.g. "The boy told a fib about why he didn't do his homework." (OR "The boy fibbed about why...") You would NOT normally say: "The president told a fib / fibbed to the nation." You would say: "The president lied to the nation." But don't worry, you don't have to use the word "fib". It's just good if you understand it ;).
caredas (1 year ago)
0:14 Ccambridge ddictionary ssends yyou hhis ggreetings! :-D
English with Max (1 year ago)
Haha, thanks!
emilio campagnoli (1 year ago)
Great video! Very useful! XD
English with Max (1 year ago)
Thanks, Emilio :).
Henrique Baldy (1 year ago)
I didn't know the british pronunciation, that's really new to me.
English with Max (1 year ago)
Glad it helped!
AbuOmar Sabbagh (1 year ago)
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English with Max (1 year ago)
It's a very useful website! I actually talked about it in one of my videos ;).
Hi Max! Very useful! I didn't know the British pronunciation of this word. Could I make a suggestion for another short pronunciation lesson? Could you please help me with the word "SQUIRREL"? It is really hard to pronounce. Thank you so much. Take care. (Please, correct.)
English with Max I'm glad to know, Max. Thanks again.
English with Max (1 year ago)
Thanks, Julio! I'll try do a video on that soon - great suggestion! One small correction: this is very nit-picky, but we don't normally put a comma after "please". Otherwise your English is perfect :).
Hi Max what's up thanks for your videos have a nice week bye
English with Max (1 year ago)
Thanks very much, and same to you!
Wilfried Mathias (1 year ago)
It´s good to know the different pronunciations. I personally like the British English much better than the American one.
English with Max (1 year ago)
Thanks for your comment, Wilfried :). I guess we all have personal preferences. In general I love British accents, but I find the pronunciations of some words strange!
S1QuanA (1 year ago)
I dislike the British version, tbh. I always dislike British versions of words, just more into America English, I guess.
Proud Australian (2 days ago)
Well the British English is the real English but the fuc*ing Americans ruined the language f*ck u & f*ck American English 😆
English with Max (1 year ago)
Fair enough 😉.
Long Nguyen (1 year ago)
I know your accent Max and I love it too, thanks Max
English with Max (1 year ago)
Thanks, Long :).
esm325 (1 year ago)
Thanks. I like such lessons about differenses between basic variants of English.
English with Max (1 year ago)
You're right ;). It's very hard not to translate directly from your native language!
esm325 (1 year ago)
Max, thank you for the explanation. People, who can not speak fluently, use often language templates from their native languages. Me too :). My native language is russian.
English with Max (1 year ago)
Glad you liked it :). I'd say you can use "such" here, but it would be more common to say: "I like lessons like this..."
esm325 (1 year ago)
me too
Pie de Limón (1 year ago)
I'm not sure about the correct use to Such 😟
Thanks for your efforts. it's clear that your schedule is very busy. Isn't it?
English with Max have more success.
English with Max (1 year ago)
My pleasure! Well, "busy" is relative ;).

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