You asked: How do you speak bald?

How do the British pronounce bald?

Break ‘bald’ down into sounds: [BAWLD] – say it out loud and exaggerate the sounds until you can consistently produce them. Record yourself saying ‘bald’ in full sentences, then watch yourself and listen.

What is the difference between bald and bold?

Bald is an adjective used to describe someone (usually a man) with no hair on their head. For example: Hermine was shocked to realise her Second Life avatar had lost its hair and she was bald. Bold is an adjective used to describe a someone who is fearless and courageous.

What does bald head mean?

adjective. Someone who is bald has little or no hair on the top of their head. […] baldness uncountable noun.

How do you say either in Canada?

Canadians often side with the British on the pronunciation of lever /ˈlivər/, and several other words; been is pronounced by many speakers as /bin/, rather than /bɪn/; and either and neither are more commonly /ˈaɪðər/ and /ˈnaɪðər/, respectively.

What is the mustache?

1 : the hair growing on the human upper lip especially : such hair grown and often trimmed in a particular style his long mustache combed and waxed — Henry Petroski. 2 : hair or bristles about the mouth of a mammal.

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