Yes, I imagined that "Barch" would be a proper name or something similar. But coincidentally is also the abbreviation of “Bachelor of Architecture”. It seems that the British pronunciation does not pronounce the “r”.http://www.thefreedictionary.com/BArch
" have mainly two definitions. One is "casca
" but you must use in the context of the phrase to make sense.
The usage of the word "bark" is mostly to signify "latir" ou "latido de cachorro".
ex: "The dog barked
at the neighbor this morning!"
The sound is more like, "bár-ki". Even thou I am writing with the "i" letter in the end, it is only to represent the sound, you should not put the emphasis on that but more on the "bár"
The word “Branch
” also can be used in different contexts.
The Bank of England have several branches in London.
Look how beautiful the branches of that tree.
Here you find both the American and the British pronunciation for these words.http://www.thefreedictionary.com/branch
Liooh, When you find a word, in addition, try to find all the different use of that word because the same word can be used to give different meanings to two or more contexts in different phrases.
The biggest grammatical rule in pronunciation can be expressed as, “Practice your speech over and over again!