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I trust we all say see-kwen-ser not see-KWEN-ser


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apart from trying to pronounce JEDI and Wookie names........



Wahn* : is it waaarn or Warn as in barn

Atem : is it AT-emmm or ay-temm


etc

*one hell of an out there track by any standard

BM recovers composure again :arrow:

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apart from trying to pronounce JEDI and Wookie names........



Wahn* : is it waaarn or Warn as in barn

Atem : is it AT-emmm or ay-temm


etc

*one hell of an out there track by any standard

BM recovers composure again :arrow:


I have always assumed the former for Wahn and the latter for Atem. What's your preferred pronounciation BM?

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same here.


any others come to mind?

when a very young BM, I had trouble with zeit ! was it zeeeet, zit or zitte

ms BM who is a fluent german speaker corrected me years ago : its Z-EYE-T, with a slight emphasis on the eye-t, depending

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same here.


any others come to mind?

when a very young BM, I had trouble with zeit ! was it zeeeet, zit or zitte

ms BM who is a fluent german speaker corrected me years ago : its Z-EYE-T, with a slight emphasis on the eye-t, depending


In "Birth of Liquid Pleiades." , the correct pronounciation is Plee-uh-deez.

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What about force Majeure :arrow: is it Major :? Midge-Ure ? i give up :arrow:

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What about force Majeure :arrow: is it Major :? Midge-Ure ? i give up :arrow:


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try saying force majeure after a bottle of Jacks :arrow:




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bigmoog wrote:
apart from trying to pronounce JEDI and Wookie names........



Wahn* : is it waaarn or Warn as in barn

Atem : is it AT-emmm or ay-temm


etc

*one hell of an out there track by any standard

BM recovers composure again :arrow:


I asked me mother....she should know she's German

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bigmoog wrote:
apart from trying to pronounce JEDI and Wookie names........



Wahn* : is it waaarn or Warn as in barn

Atem : is it AT-emmm or ay-temm


etc

*one hell of an out there track by any standard

BM recovers composure again :arrow:


I have always assumed the former for Wahn and the latter for Atem. What's your preferred pronounciation BM?


Neither I'm affraid Mick :(

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try saying force majeure after a bottle of Jacks :arrow:




:D


I find "The Origin of Supernatural Probabilities" a nightmare to blurt out after a bottle of JD :oops: :arrow:

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good.thats cleared that up. thread closed

BM advises her indoors to not to speak german with a thames ditton accent

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apart from trying to pronounce JEDI and Wookie names........



Wahn* : is it waaarn or Warn as in barn

Atem : is it AT-emmm or ay-temm


etc

*one hell of an out there track by any standard

BM recovers composure again :arrow:


I have always assumed the former for Wahn and the latter for Atem. What's your preferred pronounciation BM?


Neither I'm affraid Mick :(


From school I'd say varn & artem

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artem : did you go to Grarmmar school then?

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LOG OSS or low goss?


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