How to Pronounce ITINERARY Correctly!

Learn how to pronounce itinerary correctly by understanding the syllables

The word itinerary is made up of 4 syllables.

Stress the 2nd syllable.

British English: i◦TIN◦er◦ee

American English: i◦TIN◦er◦er◦ee

Here’s an example using British English:

In the picture we see hot springs in Italy.

The sentence reads: If you ever visit Tuscany, be sure to leave time in your itinerary to visit the Saturnia Hot Springs!

Here’s an example using American English

In the picture we see a poster advertising a Rolling Stones concert.

The sentence reads: During their tour of Latin America in 2016, the Rolling Stones were able to include Cuba in their itinerary.

Now you know how to pronounce ITINERARY correctly, look for opportunities to use it in daily conversation, to impress it on the memory.

Examples of itinerary from news items:

His itinerary took him from Atlanta to China to Japan to Hawaii to the California desert before wrapping up his worldwide, whirlwind tour at Sherwood in his Target World Challenge.
Source: The Washington Times

But unlike in years past, Ms. Gaudino will post no requests for restaurant recommendations on Facebook, nor will she swap excited texts with friends detailing her itinerary.
Source: The New York Times

Tickets were booked, itineraries were set and bags were nearly packed — and then the coronavirus pandemic hit.
Source: Fox News

While two good-weather days are enough to experience the highlights, add at least one buffer day to your itinerary as insurance against rain.
Source: The Seattle Times

Now you know how to pronounce ITINERARY correctly, check this word which is also often mispronounced:
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