Soupspoon wrote:* luncheon /lu/
* luscious /lu/
* lustrous /lu/
* luckless /lu/
* lungfish /lu/
Those are all /ʌ/, not /u/.
Yablo wrote:Technically, you shouldn't qualify 'unique'. Things are either unique, or they aren't.
[ˈɖ͡ʐæk.sɪ̈n] wrote:Sorry, Wikipedia gives in -> im/ir/il/et cetera as an example of English sandhi .
PinkShinyRose wrote:Znirk wrote:(Just don't ask a linguist what a "word" is ...)
This makes me very curious... Although it's a bit off-topic.
ramen wrote:There is so much wrong with this comic:
-Nobody in these comments has caught that judgement is spelled "judgment"
Barstro wrote:It bothers me that irregardless is a word now just because the public kept using it until better minds gave up. That might be why inflammable means what it means.
Daneel wrote:I'd say young people, lower classes, and the like succeeded pretty well in corrupting the language and forgetting all sorts of important spelling and grammar rules.
Deuce03 wrote:2. Susan is an ancient Time Lord who came up with the TARDIS acronym that later became the standard. Seems unlikely given that she's apparently younger than the Doctor, who's relatively young for a Time Lord at the time.
drego642 wrote:Of course, in Welsh, the letter, "w" is actually a vowel.
WriteBrainedJR wrote:I'll put it this way: when I read Chaucer, I laugh at most of the jokes.