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    wal-mart

    Hi there,

    Where should the stress be put in the word 'wal-mat'?

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    pete

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    Re: wal-mart

    On the first syllable. (In the UK, the same company trades as 'ASDA' - and the stress is on the first syllable of that too.)

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    Re: wal-mart

    Quote Originally Posted by BobK View Post
    In the UK, the same company trades as 'ASDA'
    Actually, ASDA is a subsidiary of Wal-Mart, which is a fine, but important, distinction.

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