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what is the difference in pronunciation of "e" (meaning "and") and "é" (meaning "is")?
e = pronouncing the letter "e" in English (IPA i)
é = eh (sounds like the e in the English word "bed") (IPA ɛ)
You can hear some examples on forvo here:
The audio is very bad, but the letter "e" (and) has sound closed, but in the phrase you speak with an "i" sound. Already "is" has a more open sound.
Could you answer with "ladies and gentlemen?"
It's usually "Senhoras e senhores".
Can someone please pronounce 'mulheres' correctly? I'm getting different pronunciations of it from different sources like 'moo-ye-res' and 'mool-ye-rees'.
I'm completely new to Portuguese myself, but as far as I can figure out in Brazil it's pronounced like "mool-ye-rees" and in some regions "mool-ye-reesh". I'm not absolutely sure, maybe someone can confirm or not.
I need help I cant pass this, doesn't this mean Men and Woman?