Don’t be misled or go awry

My latest article for The Week is about book words – words you’ve learned from a book without learning the pronunciation. We’ve all had them, and there’s no shame in it:

Don’t be misled or go awry with ‘book words’

And here’s my companion pronunciation tip video (also embedded in the article):

One response to “Don’t be misled or go awry

  1. It will always be mizzled to me. My dad pronounced it that way in jest.

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