Alston Neal wrote:Somebody on here has mentioned "lightening" before
maxpower wrote:Two, to, too
Persay, per se
I could care less, I couldn't care less
I had my dog spaded, spayed (groan)
Just don't axe me to explain why these bug me!
chumley wrote:Which ones get under your skin?
imike wrote:butt then again... I are a high school drop out.
azbackpackr wrote:Jeff do you hear people saying "lair nix" instead of "lair inks" (for larynx) in your line of work down there in Tucson or is it just a disease of the Redneck Alps?
Alston Neal wrote:Since I'm in the Native art biz. The one that tightens my shorts is Acoma. On radio and TV they are always saying A coma.
azbackpackr wrote:Alston Neal wrote:Since I'm in the Native art biz. The one that tightens my shorts is Acoma. On radio and TV they are always saying A coma.
I am not sure what you are indicating here, since you didn't say which syllables are emphasized. My understanding is that it is correctly pronounced AH coma, with the emphasis on the first syllable, whereas many people say a COM a, which is wrong, am I correct? I have always heard it pronounced AH coma by the archaeologists I have been around.
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