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It's the best place for privacy, and it's where I came up with my best ideas.

 

Interesting.... the word for word literally means "where is bathroom?"

I already knew the word for "is" is "on"

But what's interesting is that "where" translates to missa <- This a should have an accent

Since what is mika (Accent on the a), I assumed thus that all the 5 w questions (who, what, where, why, when) start with mi, but that isn't true

 

Mika is what, and Missa is where. When is milloin, and Why is Miksi. But WHO actually is kuka, breaking all the rules

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Accent like è or umlaut like ë ?

Bah, it's almost like the 5 w rule then. Almost. I didn't know it was structured close to English Grammar.

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Like the second one. I don't actually know how to pronounce it XD

 

Almost. That's the key word. But it's not the first rule I've found. And finding those rules is going to make learning the language a lot easier.

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Ah, It's e grave for è and e acute for é.

I know the translation because of these damn &eacute; and &egrave; that I have to put in all my html pages.

emote.RDnotamused.png So annoying.

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Ah... Eh...

è is like the e in bet, and é is...

... Damn there is no words in English with that sound ?

Like cliché or pokémon

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é, é, é, .... it's no e ! e is e like be ;  é is é like...

No, cliché is the only one word I know with this sound.

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But in cliche, it says EH. That video said e. Like in Pokemon.

Cliche is like the Eh at the start of the word Everyone

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Ah, I know why. You ears are not used to hear it, so you hear something little different.

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That's not surprising, this sound doesn't seem exist in English.

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I don't know, you just need to be used to hear it. Thee is still English sounds that I don't know how to say after 10 years of studies emote.RDlaugh.png

Like though... though... Tooss

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I have the same problem in a different way. Speech issues. Took me a few years to be able to make s and th sounds.

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