par Michel Valdrighi, 3X ans, bonne à tout faire du web le jour, superhéros injustement méconnu la nuit.
Yesterday, I heard John Humphrys on Today say the word “collapse”. Needless to say I was horrified, as he singularly failed to enunciate the second “l”. This is, I fear, yet another example of declining standards.
S. Llewellyn, Llandudno
Standards are indeed declining. Yesterday, I heard them pronounced “standurds”.
D. Hurd, Arlington
Yesterday I heard yesterday pronounced “yesturday”.
P. Jameson, Beaulieu
Worst - I heard “heard” pronounced “herd”. Why do so many young people drop that “a”, making it indistinguishable from the collective noun for cattle?
Simon Nestor, Cirencester
Worst: worst, when pronounced “wurst”.
L. St John, Woburn
zengun (mon ancien blog anglo/francophone, mai 2000 à mai 2006)