How Do You Spell IING BEG YOUR PARDON?

Pronunciation: [ˈa͡ɪɪŋ bˈɛɡ jɔː pˈɑːdən] (IPA)

The correct spelling of the phrase "I beg your pardon" might seem confusing to some. The reason is that when we pronounce it, we often put an extra "i" sound in the middle, making it sound like "iing". This sound is represented in IPA phonetic transcription as /ɪŋ/, as in the word "sing". So, when spelling the phrase, it is important to remember that it only has one "i" before the "ng". The correct spelling is "I beg your pardon", without the extra "i".

Common Misspellings for IING BEG YOUR PARDON

  • uing beg your pardon
  • jing beg your pardon
  • king beg your pardon
  • oing beg your pardon
  • 9ing beg your pardon
  • 8ing beg your pardon
  • iung beg your pardon
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  • iinf beg your pardon
  • iinv beg your pardon
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  • iinh beg your pardon

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