How do you pronounce tought?


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Is it taught or tought?

There is no such word as “tought” in common usage today. Taught is correct both as the past tense and past participle form of the verb “teach.” However, “taught” does have some homophones — words we pronounce the same way — in “taut” and “tort.”

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Had a rough night meaning?

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English rough nighta night when you did not sleep well Mickey had a rough night last night.

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Is teached a correct word?

No, ‘teached’ is not a word. The infinitive of the verb is ‘to teach’, with the simple past tense form being ‘taught’.

What is the past tense of lead? The correct past and past participle of lead is spelled led. If you aren’t sure whether to use led or lead as the verb in your sentence, try reading it aloud to yourself. If the verb is pronounced /LED/, use led.

What is the meaning of Taughting?

v. taught, teach•ing. 1. to impart knowledge of or skill in; give instruction in: She teaches mathematics. 2. to impart knowledge or skill to; give instruction to: He teaches a large class. 3. to impart knowledge or skill; give instruction, esp.

How do the British pronounce goat? Below is the UK transcription for ‘goats’:

  1. Modern IPA: gə́wts.
  2. Traditional IPA: gəʊts.
  3. 1 syllable: “GOHTS”

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