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or would they simply yell the same way I would?
</silly question for the day>
now, just so that I don't appear WAY too Canadian when I'm there, does anyone have a pronounciation lesson for me?
maybe I should get one of those vocal translators, but I get the feeling they wouldn't know how to say 'goal' with the right amount of joy mixed in. sigh, high school French has failed me once again.
Goal translate to But like jatar_k mentionned, as for the pronounciation, it's kind of tricky to explain it in writing, but it's basically like this:
bu (the trick is the "u", it's prononced like in the letter "u" is equivalent to "you" but removing the "y")
[added]the word is writtent "but" but the "t" is a silent t so don't actually pronounce it[/added]
whoaa, hope it makes sense.
That's right and the 'u' is pronounced like in Ukraine.
as for the T it depends in which part of France you're in.
In the south it is pronounced and accentuated with an e like heu ...
Some other places it's just a t and in other not pronounced - ha the beauty of french
the trick is the "u", it's prononced like in the letter "u" is equivalent to "you" but removing the "y"
Hmm, not really, that would make it sound like 'boot', which is wrong. But I can't find any sound in english that approximates the right pronounciation. If it helps, it's like the German ü.