Typical dictionaries provide you with audio snippets and usage examples like below:
Do you know the poem well enough to recite it?
I know that the President lied to the people
I want to know who is winning the game!
Our service extends existing pronunciation dictionaries by adding visual and situational context.
In the future, while curating videos for know, we'll be considering things like variations in pronunciations based on local accents. We'll even illustrate the use of know in idioms like below:
know something like the back of your hand
know something backwards and forward
know it all
know something inside out
know the ropes
know is a homophone
no. Being homophones, they are pronounced alike but vary in meaning
and possibly spelling. Watching videos for these words will allow you to see how their sound, when pronounced, could be
interpreted differently given the context.