Do you say 'aitch' or 'haitch'?
The British Library is asking the public to help it track how pronunciation is shifting in Britain. What changes have you noticed?
Volunteers are being asked to record a chapter from a Mr Man book to see how certain words and accents are changing.
The library says youngsters are now more likely to say "haitch" than "aitch" when pronouncing the letter H.
When saying the word "mischievous", they prefer to pronounce it "mischeevy-us" rather than "mischivus", curators add. Young people are also more likely to have different way of saying words such as garage, schedule, migraine and harass.
How do you pronounce words like garage, schedule and migraine? Have you noticed many changes in pronunciation? Should language be allowed to evolve, or should there be some rules on correct pronunciation?
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