How to pronounce


The word "sen" is pronounced as /sɛn/ in British English and /sɛn/ in American English.

In British English, the IPA transcription is /sɛn/, with a short vowel sound for the first syllable, represented by the symbol "ɛ" and a clear "n" sound.

In American English, the IPA transcription is also /sɛn/, with a similar short vowel sound for the first syllable. However, the "n" sound may be slightly nasalized, represented by the symbol "ɛ̃".

To correctly pronounce "sen," follow these steps:

1. Start by making the /s/ sound by placing your tongue behind your top front teeth and releasing a burst of air.

2. Immediately follow the /s/ sound with the vowel sound /ɛ/ by raising your tongue to the roof of your mouth and keeping your lips relaxed.

3. Finally, close off the word with the /n/ sound by pressing your tongue tip against the back of your top front teeth and releasing a humming sound.

Remember to keep the vowel sound short and clear, and to pronounce the final "n" sound without letting it become too nasalized. With practice, you will be able to pronounce "sen" confidently and accurately.

Definition of


SEN is a noun that stands for Special Educational Needs. It refers to the educational requirements and support for individuals who have learning disabilities, physical disabilities, or behavioral challenges that require additional help in order to access education at the same level as their peers.

For example, "The school has a program in place to support students with SEN."

Additionally, SEN can also be used as an abbreviation for the Special Educational Needs code used by schools to identify students who require additional support.

For instance, "The student's file indicated that they have an SEN code for dyslexia."

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