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    MR and MRS Question

    Is this correct "the late Mr. and Mrs. Lee and Wanda Meeks"

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    Re: MR and MRS Question

    I would use either Mr. and Mrs. or Lee and Wanda, but not both together.

    (And they are both deceased, right?)


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    Re: MR and MRS Question

    And if they are not, then the late Mr Lee Meeks and Mrs Wanda Meeks


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    Re: MR and MRS Question

    I have a question. Is there any differences in pronunciation between Miss and Ms. ?

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    Re: MR and MRS Question

    Quote Originally Posted by nguyenhung75 View Post
    I have a question. Is there any differences in pronunciation between Miss and Ms. ?

    Yes. "Miss" is similar to the hissing sound a snake would make - "Misssss."
    "Ms." sounds more like a buzzing bee: "Mizzzzzzzzzz."

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