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How do you prenounce beipiosaurus?
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Asked in English Spelling and Pronunciation
How do you pronounce Jobs?
im not certain what kind of "jobs" ur asking me to prenounce but im gonna say the one when u get a job this is how u prenounce it u know the word slob im sure u know how 2 prenounce that so the ob part in slob that's how u say ob in jobs and everyone knows how to prenounce the letter j and s and that is how u prenounce jobs hope that helps (-:
Asked in Body Piercing
When you first get your to ngue pierced can you talk?
How do you pronounce hulk?
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How does a base enter the environment?
Asked in China and Chinese Territories
Made in China-Dutch translation and pronunciation?
Gemaakt in China 'G' is a hars troat sound not found in English. Phonetic is is 'H'. 'em' : as you would say it in English 'aa': as the last 'a' in California 'kt' : as in English 'in': as in English 'Ch': sj sound 'ina' : as you would prenounce 'eena' By the way: almost all products in the Netherlands just say 'Made in China' in English. I've never seen it in Dutch.
Asked in Lady Gaga
In the song Bad Romance by Lady Gaga what are the french lyrics and what do they mean why do they sound different than they are spelled?
Roma-Roma (In the song she say rah rah ah ah ah Roma-Roma-ma ma) Oh la-la: Basically 'ooh la la' is an exclamation of surprise, with strong sexual connotations. They sound different to the way theyare spelt because English in some circumtances we don't prenounce the wrds like them so therefore our alphabet is not formatted like that. The other french lyrics are "Je veux ton amour et je veux ta revenge je veux ton amour"...and they mean "I want your love and I want your revenge I want your love"... They sound different in the song because it really sounds like j'adore l'amour instead of "Je veux ton amour" because Lady Gaga is speaking french slang by combining the words.
Asked in The Bible, New Testament, Jesus Christ
How did Jesus Christ prenounce his name?
Since we know that the Messiah was Hebrew and spoke Hebrew, that would mean it has a Hebrew pronunciation. The name of the Hebrew Messiah, the branch from king David (Jeremiah 23:5), was prophesied in Zechariyah 6:12-13. The name of the son of the High Priest Yahuzadek, whos name was Yahushua, had the name of the Messiah. "Behold, a man who's name is BRANCH." There is much confusion regarding this question. "Jesus" is the Anglicized version of the Roman "Iesus." "Iesus" is the Romanized version of the Greek "Iesous." "Iesous" is the Hellenized version of the Hebrew name Yahushua The actual name of the Hebrew Messiah (anointed one) is Yahushua. In Hebrew, his name is spelled "Yod" "Hey" "Waw" "Shin" "Waw" "Ayin." YHWShWA. "YHW" - this part of his name is "theophoric." It is part of the name of the father, and is pronounced "Yah-oo," like Reggae artist "Matisyahu" (who's name means "gift of Yahuwah"). "Sh" - just like the english sound "Sh," as in "wash." "W" - in Hebrew, this letter makes an "oo" sound, as in "tooth." "A" - in this name makes the sound "uh," like the a in "another." This name is pronounced Yah-oo-sh-oo-uh. Yahushua. Side Note - this is the same name as Moses's assistant, whose name is replaced by the English name "Joshua."
Asked in English to Spanish, Spanish to English
How do you prenounce the numbers in spanish?
The first thing to remember is that vowels always sound the same in spanish no matter where they are in word. The U after a q is silent and after a g is a little tricky. However, if you remember the vowel sounds you have won half the battle. a sounds like the a in HAT e sounds like the e in BET i sounds like the i in MACHINE, or like the EE in SEEK o sounds like the o in BOUGHT, there is no "oo" sound in the spanish "o" u sounds like the "oo" in BOOT 0 = Zero (SE-ro) (remember the pronunciation of the Spanish O 1 = uno. (OO-no) remember no "oo" sound. It's not OO-no oo 2 = Dos (dohs) no oo sound...sonds like the English word "does" but the s is soft not like a z. 3= Tres 4 = Cuatro (QUA-tro) the TRO is like the TRO in trouble 5= Cinco (SEENK-o) no "oo" sound on the o. 6= Seis (Se-ees) One sylable 7= Siete (see-E-te) 8 = Ocho <<< no "oo" sound. Ocho, not ocho-oo 9 = Nueve (nooE-ve) 10 = Diez (dee-ES) one sylable 11 = Once (ON-se) 12 = Doce (DO-se) (not DOO-se ---remember the sound of a Spanish O) 13 = Trece (TRE-se) 14 = Catorce (ka-TOR-se) 15 = Quince (KEEN-se) After this the numbers are 10 and 6, 10 and 7 and so on.\ 16 - Diesiseis (dee-ES ee SE-ees) 17 - Diesisiete (dee-ES ee see-E-te) 20 veinte = (BEeen-te) The B sound is soft not quite a b, not quite a v sound. 30 Treinta = (treEEN-ta) 40 Cuarenta = (qua-REN-ta) 50 Cincuenta = (seen-QUEN-ta) 60 Sesenta = (se-SEN-ta) 70 Setenta = (se-TEN-ta) 80 Ochenta = (o-CHEN-ta) 90 Noventa = (no-VEN-ta) 100 Cien = (seeEN) 101 - 109 is said ciento y uno (seeEN-to ee oo-no) one hundered and one, ciento y dos (seeEN-to ee dohs) one hundred and two. and so on. 110, 120 etc is said Cinentodiez, Cientoveinte (not ciento y diez, Cineto y veinte) 200, 300, 400, 600, 700, 800 are compound words Doscientos (twohundreds), Trescientos (threehundreds), etc. 500 is quinientios (kee-neeEN-tos) 900 is novecientos (no-ve-seeEN-tos) 1000 = Mil (meel) numbers between 1000 and 999,999 are said as number of thousands followed by hundreds as listed below. 10,954 = Diez mil novecientos cincuenta y quatro. 250,000 = Doscientos cincuenta mil. 1,000,000 = un millón (oon mee-JON) The ll in spanish sounds like an English LY or a hard J like Jon or Jewel depending on where you are in the spanish speaking world. 1,000,000,000 - un billón (oon bee-JON)