Re: Weekly Vocab 6: to know
|From:||James Worlton <jamesworlton@...>|
|Date:||Friday, May 9, 2003, 0:30|
--- "Mark J. Reed" <markjreed@...> wrote:
> So, for instance, all of these "can"s sound alike
> (specifically, like
> Can you can?
> Yes, I can!
> Ah, but can you Can-Can?
> As do both of these "have"s ([h&v]):
> I have done it.
> I have it.
>What about the equivalent 'to need to':
I have to get me one of those...
I don't know the correct way to show the phonetics,
but it seems to me that the pronunciation is different
than the two earlier examples (at least the way I say
it, and from the way I've heard it from others).
Oh, and Hi all. I am new to the list (been lurking for
a couple of weeks) and this is my first post.
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