Use – 2 meanings, 2 pronunciations

USE can be a verb or a noun and the pronunciation is slightly different.  Look at these examples:


The word ‘USE’ can be a verb ~ “May I use your telephone? I have to call my Mom.” The verb form has a Z (zee) sound at the end. YOUZ

The word ‘USE’ can also be a noun ~ “Studying English is a great use of your time.” The noun form has an S (ess) sound at the end. YOUS


Listen to the English audio below:
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