He channels most of his nonsensical enthusiasm into making things for his Etsy shop, Artness ! You can keep up to date with him, his worldly adventures, and his dogs by following him on Instagram.
These days, sportcoats act more as ornaments to create a dressy appearance, but they’re still coats.
What I will do is offer up a rudimentary form of help, in terms of how to properly pronounce commonly mispronounced words that are bound to show up in your daily life.
These tips will not seal the deal in a job interview or on a date (I can especially vouch for the “date” scenario) but if pronunciation continues to be a potential chink in your armor, your problems will soon be solved. the ten most important words you should learn to pronounce, if you would like to appear reasonably knowledgeable about your own language.
It's been said, though we're not sure by whom, that it is better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.
But sometimes we've got to open our mouths so use this handy guide to make sure, at the very least, you're saying the words right.
Joan of Arc has remained an important figure in Western culture.
From Napoleon to the present, French politicians of all leanings have invoked her memory.
although I will take this opportunity to note that if you’re discussing a library and still dropping the first ‘R', there’s a very good chance that your friends and/or colleagues are laughing at you behind your back.This agreement revived rumors about her supposed affair with the late duke of Orléans and raised fresh suspicions that the dauphin was a royal bastard rather than the son of the king.Henry V and Charles VI died within two months of each other in 1422, leaving an infant, Henry VI of England, the nominal monarch of both kingdoms.The English king, Henry V, took advantage of this turmoil and invaded France.The English won a dramatic Battle of Agincourt in 1415, and proceeded to capture northern French towns.
Like most of the words on this list, “nuclear” is spelled EXACTLY AS IT IS SUPPOSED TO BE PRONOUNCED and yet, people continue to screw it up worse than the War in Iraq… Overlooking the fact that many people also seem to have precisely no idea as to the latter word’s true definition (I’ve had several conversations where people bizarrely substitute “prerogative” for words like “agenda”), this is another problem that can be attributed to ignorance in the arena of “Sound It Out, You Lummox.” The ‘R’ comes before the ‘E’ in both of these words. Yes, “utmost” is an adjective synonymous with “greatest” (a term that immediately calls to mind some tangible Mount Olympus-type of vertical hierarchy and the word “upper”) but that second letter? educated in your excruciating political debates as we approach November 3.