How to Pronounce 'PURPORT'- English Grammar

 

In this episode, we cover the pronunciation of the word "purport". This word is a noun and is a synonym for the words implied or conveyed. The word comes from Middle English and Anglo-French and was first used in the English language in the 15th century. An example sentence with the word purport includes: Everyone was informed of the purport of the letter.


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If you are able to master conditionals, you will have at your disposal a very powerful way to communicate whether something is an irrefutable fact, a probability or is unlikely ever to be true. You do this by using the verb in either its present, past simple or past perfect forms. Mastering reported speech requires a skill referred to in the teaching of English as backshifting.I found this unit to me very challenging and to be honest fun. The phonetic script was a bit like riddles, I love riddles. I never thought about how you stress certain words change the whole sentence all together. The rising and falling of certain words was very informative. I have talked to many people many times who just seem unhappy and it all comes from their tone of voice.

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