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In [[Received Pronunciation]], the [[IPA]] [[phonetic symbol]] '''/ɔː/''' corresponds to the [[vowel]] sound in words like "north", "force", and "thought". Additionally, many people pronounce "sure" as /ʃɔːr/ instead of the more traditional {{nw|/ʃʊər/.}} See [[IPA phoneme /ʊə/]].
 
In [[Received Pronunciation]], the [[IPA]] [[phonetic symbol]] '''/ɔː/''' corresponds to the [[vowel]] sound in words like "north", "force", and "thought". Additionally, many people pronounce "sure" as /ʃɔːr/ instead of the more traditional {{nw|/ʃʊər/.}} See [[IPA phoneme /ʊə/]].
  
In [[General American]] this [[phoneme]] is heard in "north", "force", "thought", and also "cloth" (the latter is pronounced [[IPA phoneme /ɒ/|/ɒ/]] in Received Pronunciation).
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In [[General American]] this [[phoneme]] is heard in "north", "force", "thought", and also "cloth" (the latter is pronounced [[IPA phonetic symbol (vowel) /ɒ/|/ɒ/]] in Received Pronunciation).
  
 
In Received Pronunciation /ɔːr/ is pronounced [ɔː] unless it is followed by a vowel, i.e. when the spelling has an "r", it is normally silent unless it is followed by a vowel.
 
In Received Pronunciation /ɔːr/ is pronounced [ɔː] unless it is followed by a vowel, i.e. when the spelling has an "r", it is normally silent unless it is followed by a vowel.
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===Spanish===
 
===Spanish===
Some Spanish speakers may, at first, have difficulty distinguishing between the vowel sound in "north" and that of '''[[IPA phoneme /ɒ/|/ɒ/]]''', as in "not".
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Some Spanish speakers may, at first, have difficulty distinguishing between the vowel sound in "north" and that of '''[[IPA phonetic symbol (vowel) /ɒ/|/ɒ/]]''', as in "not".
  
 
It is not uncommon to hear them pronouncing {{wrong+|/ˈalsəʊ/|Correct pronunciation is /ˈɔːlsəʊ/}} or {{wrong+|/alˈtɜːrnatɪv/|Correct pronunciation is /ɔːlˈtɜːrnətɪv/}}.
 
It is not uncommon to hear them pronouncing {{wrong+|/ˈalsəʊ/|Correct pronunciation is /ˈɔːlsəʊ/}} or {{wrong+|/alˈtɜːrnatɪv/|Correct pronunciation is /ɔːlˈtɜːrnətɪv/}}.

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IPA: ð dʒ ŋ ʃ tʃ θ ʒ ɑː æ aɪ aʊ e/ɛ eə/ɛə eɪ iː ɪ ɪə ɒ ɔː ɔɪ əʊ/oʊ uː ʊ ʊə ʌ ə ɜː ˈ ˌ

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