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Posted in Child Care on 5th November 2010

question of K. : Does it bother you when people pronounce the word “until” such as “ta” (eg Barack Obama) ?
The U.S. president is one of those that do so, even though he switched back and forth. He seems to use “on” in more formal situations (like talking), and “ta” in casual situations (such as interviews). For example, it could be something pronounce it this way: “I think we have a duty to provide ta all American children with access ta affordable health care.” I have noticed that this debate is quite common, although I have not, if they for a particular geographical region of the country or something abgebildet.Selbst in that direction if it does not bother, I’m just curious if you remember. Of course, it’s no big deal, but it annoys me in the same way that seeing there / their / they ‘re doing writing abuse @ Odzookers. I am not an American, I do not have much contact with Sarah Palin . Best Answer:

reply U can not touch this
Its probably not him, it pronoucing wrong, but the way your ear is

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