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    Default Re: french "-age" word

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfRAMM View Post
    There's huge difference between dʒ and ʒ
    It's hardly a huge difference.
    , I would rather think of something like "my old touch" (if one can use "touch" as "bane")...
    No, one can't. Anyway, the difference beween /ʧ/ and /ʒ/ is somewhat greater than that between /ʤ/ and /ʒ/.

    You have given us very little to go on, and every attempt one of us makes is met with an at best less than positive response, so I shall join ems in leaving this thread.

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    Default Re: french "-age" word

    In case there may be someone interested, and given the OP's reluctance, to do so, here's what I found on this topic:

    https://soundcloud.com/djrelix/kendr...chase-my-fears
    Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.

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    Default Re: french "-age" word

    And how does it relate to the topic?

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    Default Re: french "-age" word

    In yet another attempt to be helpful, charliedeut posted a link to a song which presumably he thought was the one you had heard and failed to understand. Do you actually know the name and performer of the song in question? There are thousands of songs for which the lyrics are not available online.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Default Re: french "-age" word

    Of course I do! But it would be stupid to go like "Hey guys what a cooool sooooong plz write me lyrics for it lolz xdxdxd"...
    ...And I'm just worrying for your health, as you may literally die while listening to it

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    Default Re: french "-age" word

    Well, if you are not prepared to give us all the information you have when asking us to help, then I see no reason why we should help you. I am closing this thread. It is going nowhere.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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