Let's assume the following dialog:

  • Any questions?
  • None [nAn] from me.

But I heard something like noone from a native speaker. Is it possible to say so or it was just an accent/dialect?


For the proper pronunciation of "none", go to this page, http://www.thefreedictionary.com/none, and click on the speaker icon. It's a short "u' sound, like "nun".

If someone said "Noon from me", it's probably just an accent or perhaps he's altering the vowel for emphasis or comic effect.

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