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Re: slip up WUHOO!

Thanks Derek.  So easy to press the aroid-l button when it should have gone out privately, a bit "oh dear" at first, THEN "Hurray!", isn't it fuuny!.  I was wondering how much longer the Course for simple peeple like me on pronunciation would last/   Enyway the ellokyooshun lessuns did me sum good az I now reelise that in order fer uh meer Brit  tryin' desperaytelee to be intelligibul to the Koloniz its better to yuse foneticks.   
Genyooflecks & Luv to the tee-crossers & eye dotters.
Ron Aylz (only too eesyst sillubuls)
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2002 9:13 PM
Subject: slip up

Sorry aroid-L'ers. My message to Joe Wright was meant to be on his personal e-mail.  It does make a change from the pronunciation morass though, doesn't it !    Derek Burch

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