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Americans pronounce these two words the same way, making the short "e" vowel sound. "Ben", of course in the nickname for Benjamin, while "been" is the past participle of the irregular verb "to be." The American "been" has the same sound as the words: bet, let, get and sweat and, of course, the nickname Ben. The British "been" rhymes with: seen, teen, queen and bean.

Many Russian students get confused over the sound of the short "i" vowel sound and the long "e" vowel sound. Words like - it, bit. kit and difficult sound like - eet, beet, keet and deef-fee-kult.

Remember: Read out-loud and slower than normal. Concentrate on the short "i" and long "e" sounds. Choose between the British "been" and the American "been." Either is correct


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