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Re: Re: phonetic pronunciation

When I worked as a plant breeder in Niger Africa, 25 years ago, I was suprised to find that French Latin and English Latin are different.

Edmundas Kondratas <konde@delfi.lt> wrote:
..........When visiting in England I was shocked hearing that there Latin
binominals of plants are pronounced not as in Latin language, but
according rules of English language. First time I could not understand
what I am told. It is interesting how is in your country?

Best regards,
Edmundas Kondratas mailto:konde@delfi.lt

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