Francis Scott Key wrote "O say can you see..." But I really don't know who the originator is.
If you see a D say O if you see a O say D if you see a V say U if you see a U say V thats about enough
If there is an accent over the first 'o':'How do you(formal/does he/she say I said?'If there is no accent:'As you(formal)/he/she say(s) I said'
"Oh no" said in surprise would most closely be said "¡Ay no!"
Stroller is said like Ss TR O ll ur
it means Roll On Floor Laughing the question said it wrong it said r o l f its r o f l see ROFL not ROLF
To say the words 'I will see you there' in Spanish you say 'Nos vemos allÃ­". In the Italian language these words are said as 'Ci vediamo li'.
Frances Scott key, 1814.
If you are using classical Latin, you say o-fee-kee-um. In medieval Latin it was pronounced o-fee-chee-um. In some modern contexts it would be said o-fee-see-um (this is the "Northern Continental pronunciation" recommended for scientific use).
Another way to say "más o menos" in Spanish is "así así". It is pronounced "ah-SEE ah-SEE". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.
Because it is said that bats can not see at all. This is not true. A bat can see.
To say the words I beg you in Japanese you say Watashi wa anata o kou. These words are said in Latin as Rogo autem te.
george bernard shaw
Feiloa'i i se taimi o lata mai
Feiloa'i i se taimi o i luma.
íhoo'aah--- is education in Navajo.The double o is said like a regular o but held for longer. Same for the a. The i is said like in "bit" The mark above the i is a high tone mark. The mark between o and a is a glottal stop consonant like in "uh'oh"
See you later can be said in Hindi as Phir Milte Hain ( Meet you later ).
see and watch are the same eg i watch a film - watashi WA eiga o MIMASU i see a cat - watashi WA neko o mimasu mimasu, miru, mitte, mitta
Ohana. Haven't you ever seen Lilo and Stitch? :) -------------------------------------------------- 'Ohana is how it's correctly spelled. In the movie "Lilo and Stitch" though, they mispronounce 'ohana as "o-ha-nah". Broken down into syllables it is as follows; 'o is said as the "o" in "oat" ha is said as the "hu" in "hunt" and na is said as the "nu" in "nun"
"O say can you see " and I don't know the rest
Francis Scott Key wrote The Star-Spangled Banner.
i think its 'a bientot.' with an accent grave (`) on the a and an accent circonflex (^) on the o