This is another question that is often asked, is crypto pronounced like a shh or a shn? The truth is that I can’t speak for everyone, but I am an American with a British accent, and I get asked this question all the time. The English word “shn” is pronounced as “shh”, and crypto is pronounced as “chh”.
The truth is, the English word shn is pronounced as shh, and crypto is pronounced as chh. I can speak for myself if I want to, but it is the way that I pronounce it that is important. I hope that my pronunciation makes sense, but I would love to hear from anyone who knows the difference.
I’m going to add that I’m British, and the questioner has never asked me this question before. I’m sure this makes sense, but for the sake of this post I’ll say the answer is still “no.
I know it is easier for some people to pronounce shn, but my opinion is that it sounds very strange to the ear. I don’t even know where to begin to tell you why. The sound of shh is much closer to the sound of sh, and the sound of chh is much closer to the sound of ch. So the chh is the one that I use, and the shn is the one that I use.
The British are used to pronouncing their alphabet with sh and shh, so for them, shn is pronounced shn, while chh is pronounced chh. I can’t say that I am a fan of this, but it seems as if we’re stuck with this situation.
the next thing I would like to say is that the British are used to pronouncing their alphabet with sh and shh, so for them, shn is pronounced shn, while chh is pronounced chh. I cant say that I am a fan of this, but it seems as if were stuck with this situation.
It’s true that the British are used to pronouncing their alphabet with “sh” and “shh”, but this is a little ridiculous. I myself would go with “chn” and “chh” or “shn” and “shh”. I don’t even know if I use the British words correctly, but that’s probably because I’m not used to it.
I really don’t like this either. I think I am a bit of a purist, but I think that we should pronounce all words the same.
I dont think it helps. I think pronouncing words in the same way all over the world is a bad idea. First of all, when we pronounce something in the same way all over the world, we have a lot of accents that vary based on the language. It also takes away from the beauty of the spoken word and makes it hard to understand. I dont think its very nice either.
I think it helps a lot to have the same pronunciation all over the world.