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Does the word 'paste' sound like 'paced'?

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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
Just a random question.
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
no

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#2
Yes, also how did you find flashing your 360.
#3
Bet I'm not the only one saying both words out loud!

Yes exactly the same !
#4
depends if you have a speech impediment
#5
Get Microsoft Sam (or whatever it is now) to say both and you will have your answer :)
#6
black gerbil1
no

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Sad git - only cos urs got expired!
#7
they do sound the same. lool. exactly the same when i sit here like a numpty saying them out loud.
#8
Hey, damn you BG1 for expiring this! lol
#9
I didn't really expire it , I knew if I said it someone else would stupidly (serious)

lets hope they get a suspension.


inb4 accusations of me trying to get members suspended
#10
black gerbil1
I didn't really expire it , I knew if I said it someone else would stupidly (serious)

lets hope they get a suspension.


The boy who cried wolf.
#11
You got the powah!
#12
MANJ_007
Sad git - only cos urs got expired!

seng, no need for that attack either.
banned#13
you need to find the thread someone posted about a month ago with a full thing to try and read correctly which different sounding words etc :)
banned#14
similar but not the same

say each one slowly and properly and PASTE ends with a distinctive T sound whereas PACED ends with a D
#15
How about SPECIFIC and PACIFIC?
#16
Eh? No they're totally different lol
banned#17
Abvance;3885022
How about SPECIFIC and PACIFIC?

:w00t::thinking:
#18
I know they're different but I sometimes hear people say pacificly instead of specifically!
#19
Abvance
I know they're different but I sometimes hear people say pacificly instead of specifically!


Then they're obviously not getting their medication and what the hell are you doing out of your padded room?

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