Learn how to pronounce the words PIE & PI with this American English Homophone pronunciation lesson. These words are pronounce the SAME way but have different meanings and different spellings.
PIE- fruit or meat baked into a pastry
PI – 3.14, the sixteenth letter of the Greek alphabet, the mathematical constant of the ratio of a circles circumference to the diameter, one unit of angular momentum around a nuclear axis.
These words are pronounced exactly the same way!
Hi everyone Jennifer from Tarle speech with your two for Tuesday homophone lesson. We have two words today that are spelled differently, different meanings, and pronounced the same. We have pie and Pi.
Pi is 3.14, the mathematical constant of ratio of a circle circumference to the diameter, the 16th letter of the Greek alphabet, or one unit of angular momentum around an internuclear axis and
pie a meat or fruit baked into a pastry
Two little sounds in these words. To start say the P sound. You’re gonna press your lips together and then open them as air Puffs out. Next move to the long i and to do that open wide. Tip of the tongue is low, back of the tongue is pulled high up. And then move to a smile as the tongue goes along for the ride and ends high and flat in the mouth. I I I
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And now for a sentence:
March 14th is Pi Day and I plan to celebrate by baking a pie.
Give it a try people are going to notice the difference.
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Thanks everyone have an amazing day and go have a piece of pie!