tiall wo dance?. I am not sorry for bad quality, because everything in life is bad quality.. IF THE SOUND IN ENOU% IS PROUNCED "F" 8 THE ti) IN WEMEN MAKES THE  tiall wo dance? I am not sorry for bad quality because everything in life is IF THE SOUND IN ENOU% IS PROUNCED "F" 8 ti) WEMEN MAKES
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tiall wo dance?. I am not sorry for bad quality, because everything in life is bad quality.. IF THE SOUND IN ENOU% IS PROUNCED "F" 8 THE ti) IN WEMEN MAKES THE

I am not sorry for bad quality, because everything in life is bad quality.

IF THE SOUND IN ENOU% IS PROUNCED "F"
8 THE ti) IN WEMEN MAKES THE SHORT "I" SOUND
it THE TI IN NAL" ION IS "SH"
THEN THE WORD
IS PROUNCED JUST LIKE
WELCOME TO THE ENGLISH
LANGUAGE, ,
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#1 - zarallyn
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(05/26/2012) [-]
#8 - paelaer
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(05/27/2012) [-]
Ghoughpteighbteau = Potato
#10 to #8 - innateshelf
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(05/27/2012) [-]
explain
#11 to #10 - paelaer
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(05/27/2012) [-]
Gh - "p" sound in "hiccough"
Ough - "oh" sound in "dough"
Pt - "t" sound in "pterodactyl"
Eigh - "ay" sound in "neigh"
Bt - "t" sound in "debt"
Eau - "oh" sound in "bureau"
#16 to #11 - scotlandspie [OP]
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(05/27/2012) [-]
Believe it or not, there's no such animal as pterodactyl; that's the informal word many people use to refer to either Pterodactylus or Pteranodon, two distinct genera of pterosaur that flew the Cretaceous skies
#12 to #11 - innateshelf
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(05/27/2012) [-]
holly **** but isn't it spelled hiccup
#13 to #12 - paelaer
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(05/27/2012) [-]
"Hiccough" is the old-fashioned way of spelling "hiccup". Still English, so it still counts.
#14 to #13 - innateshelf
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(05/27/2012) [-]
nice
#3 - anon
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(05/26/2012) [-]
And this is why English is the hardest language to learn along with Chinese (what a ******* nightmare Chinese was to learn)
#9 to #3 - kamusioso
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(05/27/2012) [-]
Spanish is the hardest one, tell me the difference between "ser" and "estar"
#18 to #9 - scotlandspie [OP]
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(05/27/2012) [-]
ser and estar both mean "To be" in english, but one is emotions and the other is actions
#19 to #18 - kamusioso
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(05/27/2012) [-]
nope, you are wrong, ser can be used as state too, and estar to be in a place, it's pretty hard for someone who hasn't grown with it
#20 to #19 - scotlandspie [OP]
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(05/28/2012) [-]
yeah, im trying to learn it and it's hard, Tengo mas problemas
#7 to #3 - strelokkk
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(05/26/2012) [-]
English is way easier to learn than German and French, trust me.
#21 - PopcornViking ONLINE
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(05/31/2012) [-]
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it all makes sense now
#17 - anon
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(05/27/2012) [-]
Yeah yeah, this was discovered 50 years ago.
#15 - badboywantsu
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(05/27/2012) [-]
oh yeah well what's a fish with no eye's
a f ssshhh
sadly this kinda only works as a spoken joke i guess
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