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

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Advanced English. Learn the meaning and pronunciation of "scourge". 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=STbuv9g0idk For example sentences with "scourge", click here: http://www.dictionary.com/browse/scourge?s=t 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 English listening practice. 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 (1 year ago)
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thedexterbros (16 days ago)
I literally looked this up after hearing Trump say it wrong
English with Max (16 days ago)
Khan Shafi (4 months ago)
he has been scourged by Chronic kidney disease, is it a right use of this word?
English with Max (4 months ago)
That's grammatically correct, but normally we don't use it for people. It's normally for things like countries, time periods, institutions, etc. E.g. The country has been scourged by famine in recent years.
GayBae (1 year ago)
They sound the same
English with Max (1 year ago)
Listen harder ;).
Laura A (1 year ago)
Thank you, thank you! I heard trump using this word this morning and had to google the pronunciation just to be sure. Your assumption about his speech writers was exactly my thought! I find that wonderfully cathartic. 😀 Thank you!
English with Max (1 year ago)
Haha! I'm glad it helped! 😀
Carolyn Stine (1 year ago)
Tonight Trump said "scorge" during the 2 minutes I watched him and I couldn't stand to watch any more of it! I just had to check.
English with Max (1 year ago)
StarryTelling (1 year ago)
Trump just did it again in the state of the union address.
English with Max (1 year ago)
Oh dear...
Rutger Birnie (1 year ago)
Very helpful! Trump got schooled
English with Max (1 year ago)
Maybe I should tweet it to him
Fabio Labanca (1 year ago)
I always wanted to know this! Thanks Max for helping us learning English.
Dhi Mancini (10 months ago)
Fabio Labanca Yes Fabio, thanks
Ulghart (1 year ago)
I've never been able to understand american presidents so clear in the past. With Obama, for instance, I was able to understand 70 to 80 % of his speechs, due to his usage of complex words and sentences. But with Trump.... he speaks for low minded people, and that makes us, english students, easier to get what he says. I almost understand every single word from him. He also repeats himself in case he wasn´t clear enough, like: (Read in Trump's voice and accent): "I can tell you, he is a nice guy, I know him for a long time, nice guy, I can tell you". He is making it easy, isn't he? :)
Ulghart (1 year ago)
Probably (and unfortunately) the only one.... :S
English with Max (1 year ago)
Hahaha! That's true. I suppose that's one good thing we can say about him ;).
emilio campagnoli (1 year ago)
Very interesting and useful! XD
English with Max (1 year ago)
Thank you :) :).
Furkat Kodirov (1 year ago)
Thanks lovely MAX
English with Max (1 year ago)
My pleasure! :)
EmeritusE (1 year ago)
Oh...my president. When it comes to language and communication, his skills are certainly unique. But when it comes to presidential discombobulation, I believe George W. Bush is still our nation's undisputed champion. =) A small sample for your viewing pleasure - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4PDPQ5gTm0
EmeritusE (1 year ago)
You're welcome Max (and family). I'm always happy to share a smile.
English with Max (1 year ago)
Hahaha, unique is a good way to put it! And thanks for the video - my parents and I both enjoyed it :).
Nikolay Sidorov (1 year ago)
Hi, Max! sorry that the video is very short. Make a video, for example, interview with your mother .... it will be very interesting!
Nikolay Sidorov (1 year ago)
A mother can agree if the questions are interesting to her. Waiting for your new Max videos!
English with Max (1 year ago)
I actually plan to do that! If she agrees ;). It's good to know someone would find that interesting. Thanks for your comment!
Very useful, Max! I didn't know this word. Take care.
English with Max (1 year ago)
My pleasure, Julio!
Long Nguyen (1 year ago)
Hi Max!
English with Max (1 year ago)
Hi Long!
Tikus241 (1 year ago)
Trust Trump not to say this correctly.
Vi K (1 year ago)
A very usuful format of videos I would say. It's quite easy way to remember a new, rare and unusual word - to see video only about this one word. Thanks a lot Max )
English with Max (1 year ago)
I'm glad you liked it! Thanks for commenting :).
Thanks Max for yours videos you're amazing bye
Ashford Taylor (5 months ago)
Hey I see you everywhere on YouTube on videos like these. Dedicated to learning English I see.
English with Max (1 year ago)
Thanks very much, Aparecido!
aiM (1 year ago)
Thanks Max for your efforts. How nice when I got up early and found your new lesson! even though it's about "scourge" but I'm optimistic about it.
English with Max (1 year ago)
Good morning! I'm glad you liked it :).

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