Thank you. Thus is it idiomatic to say:Hi Sun14, no, "liked is pronounced ..." Liked is the object, not the subject, of the verb. Liked is not doing the pronouncing, liked is being pronounced.
As I'm sure you know, there are some contexts where an active verb can be used in this way, but this is not one of them, e.g.
This sweater washes well. (Even though the sweater doesn't do the washing, it is washed.)
A more specific relevant question:Hi again, no, it's not idiomatic to say "Liked pronounces [laikt]". You have to say ""Liked is pronounced (as) [laikt]".
Alternatively: this is how we pronounce "liked" - [laikt]"
Liked is pronounced like this: [laikt]
The pronunciation of liked is [laikt]
This is the pronunciation of liked - [laikt]
The way we/you pronounce liked is like this - [laikt]