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Pronunciation is what many Japanese learners of English struggle with.
Most Japanese can't distinguish between "cars" and "cards", and "long" and "wrong".
If I pronounce "wrong" when I should pronounce it "long", can Americans understand the meaning?

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Pronunciation is what many Japanese learners of English struggle with. 
Most Japanese can't distinguish between "cars" and "cards", and "long" and "wrong". 
If I pronounce "wrong" when I should pronounce it "long", can Americans understand the meaning?
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