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In our country, Bayer is used as a common noun
(not only as a proper noun) to mean a basic organ
Is it so in other countries also?
I have heard it, it's a proper noun, a guy named Bayer who made etudes for organ practice. We also have the Hanon for piano.
I live in the midwest U.S.A. If someone told me they needed a bayer--I'd assume they meant asprin. (it is a brand name for asprin )
Thank you very much, everybody, for the
valuable information as always.
So "She is playing Bayer's etudes." works, right?
I wonder if "Bayer" is really a common word in Japan.
Are there any webpages which help me understand what you're talking about?
Thank you for the sources. This is the first time I've heard about Bayer.