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    Default Re: Say it like this.

    Quote Originally Posted by X Mode
    When the intonation at the end rises, it sometimes sounds like a curlicue. It can start to sound weird after a while, and it just reminds me of a curlicue. If a curlicue had a sound, that's what it would sound like. Maybe it's really nothing at all, and I'm hearing things in the twilight zone. Who knows?




    It can start to sound weird
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    And you can hear me, X...?

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    Default Re: Say it like this.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marylin
    I won't mention any names

    I don't think you should have a problem with that.


    but I don't like a comma before "too".

    No way, reaaaally? I don't think I really care, X....

    Thanks for the links. I'll dust off those books about phonetics and see how they compare.


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