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Thursday, February 7, 2013

Is "oganizasyon" pronounced "o-ga-ni-za-syon", or "o-gan-i-za-syon"? In other words, is there a nasal vowel in the "gan"; if so, should not there be two "n's" in the word to represent the nasal vowel? Maybe I am being too phonetic with this. Mesi anpil

Pa gen pwoblèm :)
It is pronounced the first way, as you have it:  "o-ga-ni-za-syon"

Kenbe la pi rèd.

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2 comments:

  1. Ah! Tèt chaje, mo sa a te konn ban m anpil pwoblèm!

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    1. Petèt ou kapab di nou ki jan ou te metrize li svp :)
      Moun ki mande kesyon an se yon Ameriken ki pale Angle. Mèsi.

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