How to pronounce
Knowing how to correctly pronounce the English word "applicable" is important when speaking English. To correctly pronounce "applicable," begin by forming your lips into a circle and then exhale through the middle of your lips. The "a" sound should be short and clipped, similar to the sound you make when blowing out a candle. The next sound, "pp," should be made by putting your lips together and pushing air out of your mouth. The "li" sound is a combination of the "l" and "i" sounds, made with the tip of your tongue touching the roof of your mouth. The "ca" sound is similar to the "k" sound, made with the back of your tongue against the back of your mouth. Finally, the "ble" sound should be made with your tongue against the roof of your mouth. To practice, repeat the word several times, focusing on each sound. For example, "a-pp-li-ca-ble." With practice, you'll be able to correctly pronounce "applicable" in no time.