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How to Pronounce Realities: Learn how to pronounce Realities in English correctly

Learn how to say Realities correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word reality:

noun (plural realities)
[mass noun]
1the state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them:
he refuses to face reality
Laura was losing touch with reality
[count noun] a thing that is actually experienced or seen, especially when this is unpleasant:
the harsh realities of life in a farming community
[count noun] a thing that exists in fact, having previously only existed in one’s mind:
we want to make the dream a reality
the quality of being lifelike:
the reality of Marryat’s detail
[as modifier] relating to reality TV:
a reality show
2the state or quality of having existence or substance:
youth, when death has no reality
Philosophy existence that is absolute, self-sufficient, or objective, and not subject to human decisions or conventions.
Phrases

in reality

in actual fact (used to contrast a false idea of what is true or possible with one that is more accurate):
she had believed she could control these feelings, but in reality that was not so easy
the reality is ——

used to assert that the truth of a matter is not what one would think or expect:
the popular view of the Dobermann is of an aggressive guard dog—the reality is very different
Origin:

late 15th century: via French from medieval Latin realitas, from late Latin realis ‘relating to things’ (see real1)