explain this anglofags!
explain this anglofags!
baka desu senpai
It was originally "coronel" which naturally shortened in pronunciation over time to "kernel" but Enlightenment-era grammarians changed the Oxford spelling to "colonel" to make it closer to the original Latin, meaning "officer of the column." They're the same dudes, btw, you can blame for "debt," which until then was always spelled "dette" or "dett."
its part of the american accent to put heavy emphasis on the first syllable of a word. pretty simple to be honest family member
explain this, Jarrod who had testicular torsion and liked counter strike
Colonel is a French word dumbass
I've known many people who did this and wanted to hit them all. How does anyone do that?
That's just ameritards being ameritards
Retarded mouthbreathers write it donuts
He's like a hispanic Max Payne.
"Proper" English my ass
Same goes for the Australian Melbun-Melbourne and "Brisbun" shit
Nah, "doughnut" is more descriptive. What the heck is a "do-nut" anyway?
how does it even happen?
French word for "today"
Au jour d'hui
To the day of hui
hui = today
To the day of today
French for "What is that?"
Qu'est-ce que c'est que ça ?
What is it that it's that that?
You missed my point, I agree with pronouncing "Leicester" and writing "donut"
And I shot myself in the foot because I slept three hours only.
its actually spelled donuts all over the states
Ahh, now I see it. We're in agreement then.
Which is a bad thing
both pronounced "nait"
No it's fucking not. It's BURMINGUHM
the correct pronunciation is 'lev-tenant'. it derives from latin with the u actually being a v, french adopting it with their pronunciation and British following suit. it is the correct way to say it but despite that Americans think different
Nait gait nate gate
Explain yanks and dixies.
if you type "nait" a native speaker would pronounce that "nayt" you third world illiterates
is an actual word you big stupids
Just like my movies.
Way to just read the OP, mods.
Explain yourselves wops
should be /lit/ actually
For me, it's
lol based /tv/ mods
That's why the French word for "place" is pronounced "lev," right?
lot of obsessed eurofags hear
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There is no "v" sound in Latin, v is pronounced as a u. Americans are the only ones pronouncing it correctly.
Tell us about your adventures in the Asian child grooming gangs.
Not pronouncing it
How the fuck is this thread food related you fucking dipshit. Go shit up /b/ you rectal polyp.
this was a /tv/ thread moved by a mod to here. we're refugees you have to take care of us
here is some kino to keep the thread food related
YFW American spoken english didn't go through a victorian era language shift and sounds more like old timey english that UK english
it literally has a picture of fried chicken in the OP
For today it's all Veeky Forums - Lingua et lingua
only fatclaps pronounce it wrong
But that's wrong
If I can't pronounce it, I ain't eating it.
dumbass fucking burgernigger
It's pronounced kwee-nah
this thread has got to be britbong middle schoolers on a lunch break, right?
I swear m8!
Northerner, I swear to heck
it isn't grilled
American cheese isn't technically cheese
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