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Thanks for the foreign language course! I will continue to use the English Pronunciation, thank you very much (in my best Elvis voice)!:D:D:D:p
 

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You say potato, I say potahto.
 

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I say fair like fire....


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A couple of them I already knew but ya learn something new everyday. Thanks!
 

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Interesting, for sure! I seem to remember reading somewhere that John Garand also pronounced his name "JER-und", like the grammatical noun-made-into-a-verb thing.

I tend to stick to "gar-RAND", like almost everyone else.
 
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I don't speak furahner....

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Swell .................... Grammer police. I can hardly wait for whatever is next! :eek:
Well, you asked for it.
Grammer - A common typo for grammar. Most commonly found in sentences that correct someone else's grammar.

Or referring to one's Grandmother.
 

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Thanks for the foreign language course! I will continue to use the English Pronunciation, thank you very much (in my best Elvis voice)!:D:D:D:p
You're right about speaking English.

Most Americans say Paris and Munich, but the natives of those countries say Pah-Ree and Myoon-chen. Those Germans even have the gall to spell the town a different way. ;)
 
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