Mispronounciation Guide

They have my two favorites: realtor and nuclear. And Sarah’s: sherbet


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  1. Scott says:

    Appreciate the guide but the commentary is unnecessary:

    Don’t Say

    Do Say:

    It isn’t clear why we say, “Mind your Ps and Qs” when we have more difficulty keeping up with our Ls and Rs. Had there been a cavalry in Jesus’ time, perhaps Calvary would not have been so tragic.

  2. Josh says:

    ofen? No t? what? sneaked? stomp? What does “champ at the bit” mean? What the heck is a cardsharp?
    I have seen “take for granite” while grading masters level papers…and I laugh at them.

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