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Post  vinkel on 2017-04-09, 6:11 pm

Is this the most overused word in the English language, and why is it popular to pronounce the r before the e in words begining per. Such as perfume or perform.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-12, 7:49 am

vinkel wrote:Is this the most overused word in the English language, and why is it popular to pronounce the r before the e in words begining per. Such as perfume or perform.
I don't

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-04-12, 10:01 am

cyprussyd wrote:
vinkel wrote:Is this the most overused word in the English language, and why is it popular to pronounce the r before the e in words begining per. Such as perfume or perform.
I don't
Nor me! Horror of horrors Shocked

I find the overuse of the word "literally" most annoying as in "I literally laughed my head off". NO YOU DIDN'T or you would be dead! Aaargh! Laughing
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Post  Billy D on 2017-04-12, 10:08 am

Hieronymus wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
vinkel wrote:Is this the most overused word in the English language, and why is it popular to pronounce the r before the e in words begining per. Such as perfume or perform.
I don't
Nor me! Horror of horrors Shocked

I find the overuse of the word "literally" most annoying as in "I literally laughed my head off". NO YOU DIDN'T or you would be dead! Aaargh! Laughing
I don't know what he's on about.
I've never heard it in my life.
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Post  Silvers on 2017-04-12, 10:39 am

So.. why is Vinkel posting this? 
Is it because they literally talk like that in the Wear Valley especially when they put on their perfume ready to perform?
 Perform what exactly?
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Post  canary-dave on 2017-04-12, 12:16 pm

silvers wrote:So.. why is Vinkel posting this? 
Is it because they literally talk like that in the Wear Valley especially when they put on their perfume ready to perform?
 Perform what exactly?

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-12, 1:02 pm

canary-dave wrote:
silvers wrote:So.. why is Vinkel posting this? 
Is it because they literally talk like that in the Wear Valley especially when they put on their perfume ready to perform?
 Perform what exactly?

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Post  vinkel on 2017-04-12, 2:14 pm

Billy D wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
vinkel wrote:Is this the most overused word in the English language, and why is it popular to pronounce the r before the e in words begining per. Such as perfume or perform.
I don't
Nor me! Horror of horrors Shocked

I find the overuse of the word "literally" most annoying as in "I literally laughed my head off". NO YOU DIDN'T or you would be dead! Aaargh! Laughing
I don't know what he's on about.
I've never heard it in my life.
You will have, it's just you haven't noticed it yet.

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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2017-04-12, 9:06 pm

vinkel wrote:Is this the most overused word in the English language, and why is it popular to pronounce the r before the e in words begining per. Such as perfume or perform.



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Post  Nostalgic on 2017-04-12, 10:07 pm

The word "basically" should be removed from the English language. That wretched word prefixes too many explanations specially by young people  and basically drives me potty.

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