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#102549 - 05/31/03 03:13 PM Re: Third person plural
Loc: Atlanta, GA
Actually I have one of those long Italian names that ends in "ello" but no one, and I mean NO ONE has ever pronounced it correctly so I stopped using the whole thing. No one mispronounces (or mis-reads since we are not actually speaking aloud...) just Tross. So, I have never heard the "do you have a sister named Alba" line... It's a good one though, I like it. I may change my screen name to it...
#102550 - 05/31/03 03:54 PM Re: Third person plural
ctually I have one of those long Italian names that ends in "ello" but no one, and I mean NO ONE has ever pronounced it correctly so I stopped using the whole thing.
One of our regular contributors here is trilingual - she is an Italian mathematician with excellent English. If anybody could say your name properly, it would be emanuela
#102551 - 05/31/03 08:05 PM Re: Third person plural
Yes, please let us all have a go at the loooooooong Italian name -- it sounds delightful to me.
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