How to Pronounce the Difference Between Wary and Weary?

How to Pronounce the Difference Between Wary and Weary?

Learn How to Pronounce these two similar words!

Hi from Speak More Clearly!

A quick video this time on how to pronounce the difference between wary and weary.

First, the meanings so you can add these great words to your vocabulary.

Wary means:

‘feeling or showing caution about possible dangers or problems.’

Weary means:

‘feeling or showing extreme tiredness, especially as a result of excessive exertion; or tired of doing something- had enough of it’

So, ‘wary’ is said as if it has an ‘e’ in it, or w plus the word airy- ‘wairy’

Practise Sentence:

The child hid behind his Mother as he was wary of the big dog in the garden.

Weary is said as if it’s spelled ‘weery’.

Practise Sentence:

She was weary after a difficult day at work, and went to bed early.

He was weary of arguing about what to do next.

Let’s say them together

Wary – weary    and once more     wary – weary.

Here are more pronunciation tips on words with ‘tw’ consonant cluster.

Don’t forget to use these words in your everyday speech.

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