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Is it Realise or realize in South Africa?
Realise and realize are different spellings of the same word, and they can be used interchangeably. Both are common throughout the English-speaking world, though in different areas. Realize is preferred in American and Canadian English, while realise is preferred outside North America.
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What are the 12 vowels in English?
These letters are vowels in English: A, E, I, O, U, and sometimes Y. It is said that Y is “sometimes” a vowel, because the letter Y represents both vowel and consonant sounds. In the words cry, sky, fly, my and why, letter Y represents the vowel sound /aɪ/.
What are the 7 vowels?
In writing systems based on the Latin alphabet, the letters A, E, I, O, U, Y, W and sometimes others can all be used to represent vowels.
When did realize become Realise?
Realize with a z is the American way of writing this verb which means to become aware of or bring something into being. It is the ancient form and date back to early 17th century. Realise: Realise with s is most widely used in British English and British writings.
Does South Africa use British or American English?
South African English
In general, the English spoken in Africa is more related to British English than American English. Over the centuries some words from native and other languages also became part of the South African English vocabulary.
What does South African standard English mean?
Black South African English is generally regarded as the variety of English commonly used by mother-tongue speakers of South Africa’s indigenous African languages in areas where English is not the language of the majority.
What is the South African accent a mixture of?
The South African accent in English is strongly influenced by the large number of native speakers of Afrikaans, who tend to speak English with a strong Dutch accent. In my experience it has some vowel sounds that sound a bit like a New Zealand accent, but little in common with a British or Australian accent.
Where did South African accent come from?
The first truly African, native English accent in South Africa evolved in the speech of the children of the 1820 Settlers who came to the Eastern Cape with parents who spoke many English dialects. The pronunciation features which survive are mainly those from south-east England with distinct Cockney associations.
Who colonized South Africa?
Increased European encroachment ultimately led to the colonisation and occupation of South Africa by the Dutch. The Cape Colony remained under Dutch rule until 1795 before it fell to the British Crown, before reverting back to Dutch Rule in 1803 and again to British occupation in 1806.
Is it Day Ta or dah ta?
According to the online Cambridge dictionary and Merriam-Webster dictionary, the correct way to say data is “day-tuh.” Even the character, Data, from Star Trek: The Next Generation agrees.
Is it pronounced GIF or Jif?
“It’s pronounced JIF, not GIF.” Just like the peanut butter. “The Oxford English Dictionary accepts both pronunciations,” Wilhite told The New York Times. “They are wrong. It is a soft ‘G,’ pronounced ‘jif.
What is the correct way to say data?
‘Data’ is pronounced: day-taa, not daa-taa. It is the plural of ‘datum’ (day-tum).