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The pronunciation is not quite right - it needs to be reviewed. She's saying the word without the "ch" sound that the impe"tu"ous makes.

I agree with you. The girl pronouncing impetuous does not seem to be a native English speaker. Her pronunciation is alien and incomprehensible to me. —Stephen 20:19, 16 October 2009 (UTC)
Now, now, not putting a /j/ after the /t/ is not exactly (either that or not doing the /tju/->/tʃu/) "incomprehensibly alien". Maybe it's a dialect thing? Neskaya (talkcontribs) is apparently from SoCal. Circeus 05:55, 20 March 2010 (UTC)

It sounds like she is saying a completely different word. Sounds like "imperious".