Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Forum Games' started by Groundgripper, Feb 5, 2019.
Towcester, pronounced toaster!
Tuyere - tweer ( My first job at Mt Isa Mines smelters was a tuyere puncher)
plait --> platt
Lough, pronounced Loch
So ... nobody knows how to pronounce "Cirencester"?
Thought it was sirencester but you need to tell us, Saskia.
I always thought that Cirencester was pronounced with a short I sound as in irk, not a long sound I as in sigh.
I've seen different pronunciations for it in various places so I hoped someone here would know how it's really pronounced. Siren as on an ambulance? Sirren? Chiren? Kirren? I can't remember them all ...
Great Moulton ....... pronounced Great malt..on im always asked how to spell my address Its ironic as it's pronounced Malt ..on As we had a maltings in the village which had been brewing barley for hundreds of years and is rural Norfolk
Nice pub I went to near Bude in - Poughill.
Puffle- I think!
Whakatane, New Zealand. You wouldn't believe me if I told you.