Example sentences for: announcers

How can you use “announcers” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • TV and radio announcers seem to obey changes in pronunciation rather than initiating them.

  • Thus, to BBC announcers, President Clinton's residence is the White House , while, to Americans, it is the White House; and I once heard a BBC announcer say Prometheus Bound when an American would have said Prometheus Bound .

  • It is possible that radio and TV announcers are to blame, although the Blue Band example shows that TV is not accepted as an authority on pronunciation, when the purchasers of the product kept on calling it marjoreen in spite of the manufacturer's instructions to the contrary.

  • Standard English meant the King's English, and in this outpost of Empire, announcers (though unseen) wore dinner suits to read the news and abided by the rulings of the English phonetician Daniel Jones, whose tremendously influential English Pronouncing Dictionary was first published in 1917.

  • One of these elite announcers, reports the Journal , once inadvertently worked for both sides of a campaign.


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