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Is it common to pronounce two /tjuː/? says

The word "two" in a tutorial sounds like /tjuː/ at multiple positions.

By "at multiple positions" I mean that, the speaker pronounces that way at 1:09, and pronounces that way again at 2:23, and so on.

Is it clear it and grammatically correct to use "at multiple positions" to convey that idea?

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  • My preference would be for points although positions is clear. Jun 8 '20 at 9:45
  • @RonaldSole Thank you. How about "several parts"?
    – PutBere
    Jun 8 '20 at 23:18
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It is unambiguous what the sentence means, so in that sense it's clear.

There are several words you could use to express this, though I don't think any is obviously dominant. "Positions" or "points" are probably the cleanest with this particular formation.

Alternatively, you could also say "[At several places/Several times] in the video/tutorial, the word 'two' sounds like /tjuː/", which is a little more colloquial.

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  • Thank you. How about "several parts"?
    – PutBere
    Jun 8 '20 at 23:18

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