sam-mon or sal-mon

sam-mon or sal-mon


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foxwagon

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I was told "Sa-Mon" with a silent "L"?
 

sputnik00

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phonetics indicate silent "L": ˈsa-mən
(hmmm ... looks dangerously similar to post #7)
 

#13
Ask for sammon in a restaurant, you'll get a fish.

Ask for summon in a police station, you'll get a fine.

Ask for salmon in a city, you'll be directed to a fish and tackle shop.

Ask for sabun in a shop, you'll handed a piece of soap.

:)
 

Quest

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Ask for sammon in a restaurant, you'll get a fish.

Ask for summon in a police station, you'll get a fine.

Ask for salmon in a city, you'll be directed to a fish and tackle shop.

Ask for sabun in a shop, you'll handed a piece of soap.

:)
TANK Q, Sir, for the sermon. Now our command of the English language had improved tremendously. Our proficiency level is now "eat across the mountain" (Cantonese -seek gor sun)
 

micah4

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saa-men or sar-men w/o the "l"...I used to pronounce it as "sal-men"

...another word that escapes people is "sword".
 

foxwagon

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saa-men or sar-men w/o the "l"...I used to pronounce it as "sal-men"

...another word that escapes people is "sword".
Silent W? I think i read it on Mr Brown to be "sord"?
 

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