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Recently, I voted to close this question Can anybody understand what she's saying? (it was subsequently deleted by the original poster) based on the answers to this Meta question: Exactly WHY is this …
asked Mar 30 '16 by sumelic
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In my opinion, every question and answer on this site is supposed to deal with using words and phrases in an English-language context. To further this goal, mention of the pronunciation of words in ot …
asked Sep 17 '15 by sumelic
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Recently, this question was put on hold: Why is "their" italicized? I'm wondering, why it is considered out of scope? If it's considered to be too close to "analysis of literature," that would seem t …
asked Jul 11 '15 by sumelic
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As a hypothetical example, should we close Why are "put" and "but" different in their pronunciation? as a duplicate of Why is "chore" pronounced differently from the "chore" in "choreography"? I thin …
asked Apr 20 '16 by sumelic
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There are a couple of resource requests that were recently migrated to ELU Meta (e.g Is there an online speech comparison programme, What are some good and authoritative reference/data source for mode …
asked Sep 11 '16 by sumelic