My left testicle is jealous of my right. . IF THE SOUND IN EN‘ -DUE IS PROUNCED "F" 3. THE D IN WEMEN MAKES THE SHEET "l" SOUND THEN THE WORD PROUNCED JUST LIKE My left testicle is jealous of my right IF THE SOUND IN EN‘ -DUE IS PROUNCED "F" 3 D WEMEN MAKES SHEET "l" THEN WORD JUST LIKE
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#4 - thegrizzlyman
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(03/19/2013) [-]
This content is tiot.

Think about it for a second
#8 to #4 - danilawleit
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User avatar #2 - mattheworks
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(03/18/2013) [-]
The title caught me off guard.
#1 - anon id: d6517695
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(03/18/2013) [-]
I guess... Clearly that's all wrong because certain combinations of letters only make certain sounds in certain contexts. For example, "ti" sound like "sh" only when it comes before "on." But anyways, you're right. English sucks, it's full of irregulars to the point where even native English speakers inevitably fail at pronouncing words they haven't encountered before.

My favorite is "cache."
User avatar #3 to #1 - unknownmercury
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(03/19/2013) [-]
First, obligatory "Shut up Meg."
Second: How is it supposed to be pronounced? I've been saying 'cash' this whole time.
User avatar #5 to #3 - rzrback
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(03/19/2013) [-]
Yep, it's pronounced 'cash'. Or 'kaSH' according to the OED
#6 - anon id: 05f8044c
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(03/19/2013) [-]
Almost,

GH followed by a vowel produces the "Guh" sound as in Ghost or Ghoul...

=-(
User avatar #7 to #6 - Cookiez
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I don't think ghost is pronounced "Guhst" and "ghoul is pronounced "Guhoul"
User avatar #9 - andrewjla
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(03/19/2013) [-]
this is at least 5 years old...really FJ?