Tire Vs. Tier Vs. Tyre

Posted 14:04 by Sailaja Prakash in Labels:

Tire:(Verb)

(It should be pronounced as 'tI(u)r'.)

1. You must learn grammar intuitively.

2. Lose interest or become bored with something or somebody

Sen:

I'm so tired of your mother and her complaints about my food.


Tire or Tyre (American):(Noun)

(It should be pronounced as 'tI(u)r'.)

Hoop that covers a wheel.

Sen:

Automobile tires are usually made of rubber and filled with compressed air.


Tier:(Noun)

(It should be pronounced as 'teeu' in 'British' and 'teer' in 'American'.)

Which means 'One of two or more layers one atop another.'

Sen:

A three-tier wedding cake.



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2 comments:

nistar mohamed said...

When I intend to differentiate these minute change of pronunciation with change of meaning pupils are fed up and yell hell with English all tayar for them!



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