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    I've won v. I won

    In terms of pronunciation, is the difference between the two perceptible in casual speech?

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    Re: I've won v. I won

    Quote Originally Posted by Esgaleth View Post
    In terms of pronunciation, is the difference between the two perceptible in casual speech?
    Yes.

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