Wednesday, April 20, 2011

A Connecticut curiosity

British friends always have difficulty correctly pronouncing the name of my native state, Connecticut. They often pronounce it as it is written, noting the "t" in the middle. Here's a Connecticut curiosity: the "ct" should be replaced by a "d" when pronouncing it - say "Connedicut" instead.

Strange? Definitely.

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