English is my second language, therefore I have trouble grasping certain words phonetically.
When I speak with my co-workers, sometimes and almost always, they pronounce the word saw as sawr, like, "I sawr this movie last night", and I can distinctly tell that there is an "R" sound at the end of the word saw.
Now I pronounce the word saw as in a saw with which you cut wood. I wouldn't say "Hey Mike, hand me that sawr so I can cut this wood", although this would be a better word to be used as there is cutting involved.
This has me confused, do I say "I sawr her" or "I saw her"? Can someone please clarify?