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comment How are the names Pedro and Alain pronounced?
Which pronunciation guide were you looking at? From what language do these names come? (Alan is an English name, but Alain is uncommon. Pedro looks Portuguese to me.)
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comment How are the names Pedro and Alain pronounced?
Possible duplicate of Is there any online tool to read (pronounce) IPA and APA written words?
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revised How are the names Pedro and Alain pronounced?
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revised Term to describe when one event cannot occur without the other
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comment Why do we say 'year 1993' as “nineteen ninety three” instead of “one thousand nine hundred ninety three”?
@Josh61. That guide produces "one thousand and fifty-four", with "ten fifty-four" as an acceptable alternative. I disagree. I've heard only the latter form. The Normans invaded Britain in "ten sixty-six".
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comment English word equivalent of 膩 (sick of something due to overindulgence)
@PatrickM. To say that something is cloying is common (to me). On the other hand, other forms of the word are rarely used.
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comment English equivalent of Polish saying “A yokel can leave a village, but village will never leave yokel”
In Ireland, the word used would probably be bog.
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answered Tea infusion or brew
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accepted What does “ioyning” mean?
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comment Is there a male counterpart to being a virgin?
So that's where the phrase to take someone's cherry comes from?
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reviewed Approve Was found to be or found to be?
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reviewed Edit A word of sudden and shocking realization