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Overzealous foreign pronunciation 1503
Overzealous foreign pronunciation Dutch original 30 March 2011, English translation 28 August 2011 Overdoing it can be wrong Sometimes people are trying too hard. Doing what? Pronouncing foreign names. Perhaps it is my fault, because if anyone does it wrong I start complaining about it r ... - [detail] - [similar]
Storage of gender information in native speakers' brains 1503
Storage of gender information in native speakers' brains 18 November 2006 Native speakers of a language with genders don't have to look up that information in a dictionary. They just know the correct gender of any word and apply it automatically to what they say or write. Sometimes a wor ... - [detail] - [similar]
Dentals and alveolars in Malayalam 1503
Dentals and alveolars in Malayalam Malayalam is a language spoken in Kerala , in South-West India . It belongs to the Dravidian language family. It has its own script , distinct from other scripts used in India. Some say Malayalam is the fastest spoken language on earth. Music here . Mal ... - [detail] - [similar]
The Dutch 'letter' IJ 1503
Deze uitleg in het Nederlands The Dutch ‘letter' IJ 23 October 2001 The Dutch alphabet (equally for the Netherlands and Belgium; there is only one standard language and one alphabet) has 26 letters. The last three are x, y, z. In many Dutch primary schools they are taught as x ij z, and ... - [detail] - [similar]
Interdentals in English: One or two phonemes? 1503
Interdentals in English: One or two phonemes? The (inter)dental sounds dh and th in English are distinguished by all speakers, but simple rules with few exceptions can accurately predict which sound is used in any given word. Because grammatical category and some etymology are needed for ... - [detail] - [similar]
The name of the new European currency 1485
Note 18: The name of the new European currency Note that what I write here about the euro is wrong. See correction below. But I left the wrong part in, to illustrate how difficult it can be for a foreign listener, to know for certain what you really hear. Judging from how it is written, ... - [detail] - [similar]
Peculiarity 1472
Note 16: Peculiarity Note 16a: Voiceless vowels The fado louco © sample shows how vowels (mostly /i/ , /u/ and /1/ , all close vowels, coincidence or not) in final and initial position and also between voiceless consonants, can easily become very short and voiceless in Portuguese. More e ... - [detail] - [similar]
Niet te onderscheiden stemmen 1459
Niet te onderscheiden stemmen Opgemerkt 13 april 2011, opgeschreven 25 januari 2012. Een dag later vertaald uit het Engels. João Chora De fadozanger João Chora ken ik al een tijd. Jaren geleden kocht ik de cd die eenvoudigweg “João Chora” heet, of die heb ik me laten toesturen. Dat was n ... - [detail] - [similar]
Rouille Veux l'Eauzou 1339
Rouille Veux l'Eauzou 24–25 February 2012 It doesn't fit It is probably no surprise to read that I am fond of lots of Portuguese musicians. Rui Veloso is one of them. (I like Brazilian music too, but Rui Veloso (not to be confused with Caetano Veloso) happens to be Portuguese.) There is ... - [detail] - [similar]
Dutch explained 1334
Een Nederlandse strippenkaart Dutch explained Words Many Dutch words are similar to English words. Some look the same, and even sound practically the same: English Dutch Portuguese in in em mist mist névoa stop stop pare lip lip lábio pen pen caneta best best o melhor over over sobre Som ... - [detail] - [similar]
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