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Pronunciation of I Told You: Learn how to pronounce I Told You in English correctly

Learn how to say I Told You correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word tell:

verb (past and past participle told /təʊld/)
1 [reporting verb] communicate information to someone in spoken or written words:
[with object and clause]:
I told her you were coming
[with object and direct speech]:
‘We have nothing in common,’ she told him
[with object]:
he’s telling the truth
[with two objects]:
we must be told the facts
[with object and infinitive] order or advise someone to do something:
tell him to go away
[with object] relate (a story):
he tried to make the children laugh by telling jokes
[with two objects]:
tell me the story again
[with object] reveal (information) to someone in a non-verbal way:
the figures tell a different story
[with two objects]:
the smile on her face told him everything
[no object] divulge confidential or private information:
promise you won’t tell
[no object] (tell on) informal inform someone of the misdemeanours of:
friends don’t tell on each other
2 [with clause] decide or determine correctly or with certainty:
you can tell they’re in love
I couldn’t tell if he believed me
[with object and adverbial] perceive (the difference between one person or thing and another):
I can’t tell the difference between margarine and butter
3 [no object] (of an experience or period of time) have a noticeable, typically harmful, effect on someone:
the strain of supporting the family was beginning to tell on him
(of a particular factor) play a part in the success or otherwise of someone or something:
lack of fitness told against him on his first run of the season
4 archaic count (the members of a group):
the shepherd had told all his sheep
(especially in poker) an unconscious action that is thought to betray an attempted deception.