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    Thumbs down Que sera sera

    How is the phrase "Que Sera Sera" pronounced.

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    #2

    Re: Que sera sera

    Say K then say Sir A Sir A but flatten the i in Sir to make it more like e.

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    #3

    Re: Que sera sera

    The original is Italian and is written: che sarà, sarà.

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    Re: Que sera sera

    But the version commonly known and quoted in English is the Hispanized version Qué será será (as sung, I think, by Doris Day). In another thread I did use A (although I think I got the accent the wrong way round!), but I expected to be 'corrected'. )

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    Re: Que sera sera

    Best just listen to the song, then you'll know: Doris Day is not gay!

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    Re: Que sera sera

    Quote Originally Posted by romelpanzer View Post
    How is the phrase "Que Sera Sera" pronounced.
    And remember to trill your 'r's.

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    Re: Que sera sera

    Quote Originally Posted by BobK View Post
    But the version commonly known and quoted in English is the Hispanized version Qué será será (as sung, I think, by Doris Day).
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    In Hitchcock`s "The Man Who Knew Too Much," (1956.)

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    Re: Que sera sera

    hi romelpanzer, do you wanna know its pronunciation in spanish? it is sth like kE sEra sEra, I hope you understand, I dont know how to explain to you in spanish for you to understand, hope you do

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    #9

    Re: Que sera sera

    Pues asi no vamos adelante, ¡tio! Su idioma es Hindi, ¿como va a entender esto?

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    #10

    Re: Que sera sera

    You can copy the pronunciation from this singer!
    YouTube - JOSE FELICIANO - "QUE SERA" ( Spanish Version )

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