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All right, at this point I don't even bother.
P.P.S. Hope you like it, Olga. ^_^
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Oops! I'm sorry, A738a!
I just glanced at your "I ain't that sure..." and took it as "I am not that sure...". That was why I left that comment of mine. No disrespect intended at all...!
Always a pleasure.
Hence I wrote, "I ain't that sure about dies and dice, though."
@MARY __ Yes, "dies" is pronounced "diez" with a buzzing sound zzzzz as in "buzz". On the contrary, "dice" ends with a hissing sound sssss as in "bus".
Gabriel Sworian, 'dies' is pronounced 'diezzzz'... as if you were lisping? Uhm... okay... Lisping is fun, I don't have anything against that.
The words 'dies' and 'dice' are not homophones.
'Dies' ends with a /z/ sound (as in rise), whereas 'dice' ends with a /s/ sound (as in rice).
Sure thing, Olga.
Hope your students feel the same, ya know.
I ain't that sure about dies and dice, though.
Nobody likes a kiss-up, Roman. Ya're welcome!
Hahaha, Hi A738a, you know already that I'll definitely like this blog ))) and use it as a classroom decoration for my sturdents.
Thank you. Keep on posting your "Homo sapiens, meet homophones!" And if you don't mind, pls send a link next time, I hardly noticed this your blog now ) among the new ones.
Once more thank you.
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