In the sentence "It pronounces like this" can I use it like this? I've heard a lot of "It pronounced" so which version if correct? And also should I use an article with the word correct? A correct version or just correct version?

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    Alex, you have two questions that are not related to each other, so you should create a new ELL Stack Exchange question for the second one. – helen Sep 3 '18 at 21:00

"A person pronounces the word" (active voice) and "the word is pronounced (passive voice) like..."

About your second question, it depends on your context.

  1. A correct version of the article is online.
  2. Download the correct version for your OS
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