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Q: What is El Badminton in English?
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"Badminton" in English is badminton in Italian.

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"Badminton" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase il badminton. The masculine singular phrase translates literally as "the (game of) badminton" since Italian employs definite articles where English does and does not use "the." The pronunciation will be "eel BAD-meen-TON" in Pisan Italian.

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What is 'du badminton' when translated from French to English?

"About badminton," "of badminton," and "some badminton" are English equivalents of the French phrase du badminton. The pronunciation of the masculine singular phrase -- whose translation depends upon whether du combines the preposition de("about, of") and the masculine singular definite article le("the") or functions as the partitive du ("some") -- will be "dyoo ba-dmeh-to" or "dyoo bad-dmeen-to" depending upon the speaker's birthplace.