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comment Website, app or book with verbs used in sentences
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accepted Asking a question whose answer is n-th
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comment Asking a question whose answer is n-th
Wow that's interesting. English definitely doesn't have an equivalent for that.
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comment Asking a question whose answer is n-th
I asked the question out of curiosity, considering that in many Asian languages there are actually question words for "what order" or "what n-th".
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accepted How do you pronounce the name “Augustin-Louis Cauchy”?
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comment How do you pronounce the name “Augustin-Louis Cauchy”?
I think the forvo link clarifies it up. I believe the voice there was that of an actual person instead of a machine like in GoogleTrans.
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comment How do you pronounce the name “Augustin-Louis Cauchy”?
@Un francophone So Google translate's pronunciation isn't accurate after all. I'm positive it pronounces the two au's differently.
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comment How do you pronounce the name “Augustin-Louis Cauchy”?
I'm confused with the co. Google translate says something like coo.
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comment How do you pronounce the name “Augustin-Louis Cauchy”?
All of it actually. I heard the "in" in many French names become like "aN". Some say it as "kow shee", with ow as in low, others say it "koo shee". I'd probably say Louis as "loo wee".
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comment How do you pronounce the name “Augustin-Louis Cauchy”?
That's how I approximate Google translate's reading. au as in august. My Idiot's Guide to French would probably write lwee for Louis but I suppose the ee is shorter, so I write lwi. Works for me though.