English Language. . IF THE SOUND Bl ENOUGHH IS PROUNCED "F" tr THE (9 IN WEMEN MAKES THE SHORT "l" SOUND at THE TI IN NA" L" ION IS PRONOUNCED "SH" THEN THE WOR English Language IF THE SOUND Bl ENOUGHH IS PROUNCED "F" tr (9 IN WEMEN MAKES SHORT "l" at TI NA" L" ION PRONOUNCED "SH" THEN WOR
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#3 - worstposter
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that is however, not how it works.
Gh is not pronounced as f in the start of a word, the "o" in women is only pronounced as i in the latter word; women, and TI is only pronounced as SH in the two words Nation and Martial, none others.

aplying that logic "Ghoti" can be pronounced as your average gordon freeman quote "..."
gh as in fight
o as in people
t as in castle
i is in business

TLDR; the instances of these pronounciations are juxtaposition dependant.
#7 to #3 - anon id: c6ae5e83
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Motion,potion,inquisition,lotion,commotion. Just to name a few.
#20 to #3 - reapey
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substitution
junction
fiction
station
#21 to #3 - anon id: bf4a521d
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Fiction is said with the sh also... and notion, lotion etc
#29 to #3 - anon id: 0180e38c
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TI is only pronounced as SH in Nation and Martial??

said the guy who used the words; "pronunciations" and "juxtaposition"..
#34 to #3 - anon id: 067db998
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this just further proves English is retarded.
#46 to #3 - anon id: 3594241c
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Sensation, Station, Creation, Vacation, Abduction, Abbreviation, Eruption, Action, Apposition, Fornication, Notification, Caution, Citation, Illumination
Off the top of my head, here's a **** ton of more where TI is pronounced as SH. Not in "none others" as you said. Facts, bro, try getting some.
Also, putting "t" and "i" in two separate categories when the post obviously says it's "TI" doesn't work. That's like saying purple isn't in something because red and blue aren't. It's the combination(Hey look, ANOTHER "ti" as "sh") he's mentioning, not the different parts that make it up.
#6 to #3 - jjgjr
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TI is pronounced as SH in a lot more words like institution or rational
User avatar #13 to #3 - dapape
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Any word ending with "-tion" the ti is pronounced "sh"
User avatar #31 to #3 - epie
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'TI is only pronounced as SH in the two words Nation and Martial, none others. '


..but.. what about pronunciation

i say it like prow- nown - si - ayy -shun
User avatar #11 to #3 - hugsta
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And so begins my attempt to convince people that the word 'fish' is pronounced by just leaving a gap in your sentence.
User avatar #5 to #3 - sepheroth
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You mean as "-tion" and "-tial"
#36 to #3 - slenderchild
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"and TI is only pronounced as SH in the two words Nation and Martial, none others."
pronunciation, juxtaposition (you even said those two), solidification, humidification, fornication, calculation, etc, etc

you dense ************
User avatar #10 to #3 - toughactintinactin
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It's funny you say "Nation" and Martial are the only times TI is pronounced as SH, but you use the words "Pronunciation" and "Juxtaposition" a couple lines after.
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User avatar #22 - RIPphyscovideos
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Ghoti can be a silent word too:

*gh as in though
*o as in people
*t as in ballet
*i as in business
#55 to #22 - anon id: 4d9371be
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Bellet is French mother ******
User avatar #69 to #55 - hektoroftroy
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castle then.
User avatar #57 to #22 - LegititmateKyle
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Some people pronounce the I in business though.
User avatar #33 to #22 - theundone
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It would be the worst swear word ever, you would just look at them blankly.
#44 to #33 - hellfiazz
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... you.
#28 - bionicpanda
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GH is only pronounced as an F when it's put at the end of a word.

The O in women isn't pronounced like an I it's just how some people pronounce the word.

And TI is only pronounced TI when it comes before and O.

GET YOUR **** TOGETHER OP.
User avatar #65 to #28 - rhiaanor
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THIS KIND OF **** STILL MAKE ENGLISH HARD AS BALLS TO HAVE AS A SECOND LANGUAGE. CUZ OF STUPID **** LIKE THIS. NOT TO MENTION THE TO TOO AND TWO ********
User avatar #67 to #65 - noket
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what i fine really hard are words like enough, laugh, though, thought.. pretty much everything that has GH in it.. i never know how to spell it when i'm actually speaking..
User avatar #1 - lowlifescarecrow
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Not everyone pronounces women like "wimen" though.
#9 to #1 - anon id: 70aa178b
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They do if they know how to speak English.
User avatar #17 to #9 - lowlifescarecrow
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It all depends on your accent.
#43 to #17 - anon id: 0a8ef619
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This was created by George Bernard Shaw at the beginning of the 20th century in London so most of the people would pronounce it "wimmen".
User avatar #77 to #43 - lowlifescarecrow
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Not everyone though.
#15 to #1 - anon id: 3397f08a
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"Those things with vaginas"
#49 to #1 - anon id: 2d12baaa
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How do you pronounce it?
wOmen sounds just like woman.
The plural HAS to be wimen.

Unless you pronounce it wooomen.
User avatar #76 to #49 - lowlifescarecrow
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We probably just don't have the same accent.
#2 to #1 - xmeatshieldx
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I pronounce it like "woah man"
I pronounce it like "woah man"
User avatar #4 to #2 - lowlifescarecrow
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I say it a bit like "womb man".
#42 - alexthynoob
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#41 - thecakeisaliereal
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This guy just violated the English language, and somehow I'm the asshole...
#14 - skittlesareepic
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Grammar Nazis will hate this post
#39 to #14 - anon id: 52ef60c6
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Enlgish spelling, not grammar. L2ENGLISHLANGUAGE
User avatar #54 to #39 - ilovehitler
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Grammar: "The whole system and structure of a language or of languages in general"
I think I would consider the position of the letters and how they go together part of the structure of words, and thus, of the language.
#56 - kitsunemochalite
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#32 - zumbs
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Then Neopets...
#30 - anon id: b273ecf7
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how the **** does O sound like I in women?
#35 to #30 - friedchickenman
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It's pronounced wimen not w-oh-men
User avatar #37 to #35 - isheapurebread
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he-she wumbo
#58 to #35 - sytheris
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It's pronounced Woman in most places I've been too, actually.
User avatar #59 to #58 - angrytoilet
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That's the singular form, woman, pronounced wuh-man. The plural, however, is pronounced wimen, not wuh-men.
#68 to #59 - sytheris
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Oh I've heard some people pronounce the singular Wimen, and the plural as womens. You can't tell whether someone is confused or wrong over text.
#73 to #68 - anon id: 06dd53c5
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Well wimen and womens are both wrong. As the people above said it is woman for singular and women for plural.
#78 to #73 - sytheris
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I am well aware, thankyou.
#80 to #68 - womens
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You're wrong
#47 to #30 - AnonymousDonor
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dem wymyns