Why is schedule pronounced differently?
The word “schedule” can be somewhat confusing, even for native speakers.
The reason is that it is pronounced differently in the UK and in the US.
The word “schedule” itself was borrowed into English from Old French cedule (no “K”), which, in turn, is based on Latin schedula (pronounced with a “K”)..
Is no data or are no data?
Both sentences are correct. The negative sentence is “There are no data.” Is there no data?” is a negative question in American English mostly. The word has been used in the singular for some time.
Is it pronounced GIF or Jif?
“It’s pronounced JIF, not GIF.” Just like the peanut butter. “The Oxford English Dictionary accepts both pronunciations,” Wilhite told The New York Times. “They are wrong. It is a soft ‘G,’ pronounced ‘jif.
Do we say data or data?
The word data is a plural noun so write “data are”. Datum is the singular.
How do you say data in Australia?
Weird Aussie pronunciationData – pronounced darta, not dayta.Cache – pronounced cayshe, not cash.Eco – pronounced echo, not eeko.Project – pronounced pr-oh-ject, not prodject.