There isn't a set rule for English pronunciation.

There isn't a fixed rule for English pronunciation.

Do these two phrases have the same meaning or are their meanings different?


These sentences have the same meaning.

Set is used as "Set in place", meaning there isn't an established rule that is law or commonly accepted.

Fixed is used as "Fixed in place", meaning the same thing.

In this instance, set and fixed are synonyms.

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