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comment Pronunciation of “vingt”
Yeah, sorry. I wasn't so precise in the first place. :)
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accepted Pronunciation of “vingt”
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comment Pronunciation of “vingt”
Thank you for your detailed explanation. I've got a remark to make: I'm almost sure I heard numbers in the [22, 29] range, except for 28, also without the trailing "t" pronounced. Could it have been just sloppy pronunciation?
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revised Pronunciation of “vingt”
small correction :)
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comment Pronunciation of “vingt”
I live in the south-east of France and many times, in shops, I said "27", they didn't fully understand and when they repeated the number to me it was always with "t".
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comment Pronunciation of “vingt”
Yeah, that is sooooo annoying! Between 5 with no 'q' and 100 there is only a slight difference in the pronunciation and I often freeze for a few seconds before I finally understand what number the person was referring to.
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accepted How to interpret “si […] et que […]” followed by a main clause?
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comment How to interpret “si […] et que […]” followed by a main clause?
Oh ok, thanks! :) But what's the register in this case? Can I use it also in spoken French?
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asked How to interpret “si […] et que […]” followed by a main clause?