How To Pronounce Niche
Why do Americans call the niche N?
I never understood why they thought of Arkansas as a mountain range. However, Kansas is not advertised as Kanso.
Wiping the right niche
It's just that we talk. Some say TOEMAYTOE and some say TOHMAHTOH? They say squidol like the English and not squidol, I think it's weird, but I know what you're saying, that's the only difference between the American and British way of expressing these words in the American language. ۔ I don't think that's the case.
Jaguar Nash but I'm inside
To my surprise, the clicks are just a few clicks, not clear.
The Americans may understand this, but leave Chi's odd rule?
I don't say no I usually say net or knight (as opposed to the problem I called). I don't know why so many people say Ann. That's how we learned to say it in school, that's what a lot of Americans say.
Because Americans often have words as they are written: clerk (not clerk), St. Louis (not St. Louis), Moscow (not Moscow), Bedfordshire (not Bedfordshire), and so on.
About Niche, the French-speaking expression for CH is TCH, as it is still in English (or Spanish). Advertising CH in French has developed late.
It bothers me when Americans use the word nonsense for nonsense, but I have to stick with it. What is true is absolute subjectivity. You may also argue that the appropriate saying for blue is blue, or that it is Vision Vision - history will be on your side, but modern use is unlikely!