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Danno Sullivan
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07/08/2019 12:06 pm  

Let's settle this grammar question once and for all! Is it "a ukulele" or "an ukulele"--and does it really matter?


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Miles
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06/05/2013 12:06 pm  

Haha! Very nice post. I guess I'll have to go on mispronouncing it. 🙂


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Danno Sullivan
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06/05/2013 12:21 pm  

It's only mispronouncing if others choose to hear it that way.


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Roger Searcy
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25/04/2015 12:33 pm  

It's neither "a ukulele...or an ukulele" It's " my ukulele"!


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Danno Sullivan
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26/04/2015 7:37 pm  

Ha!


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Danno Sullivan
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13/10/2019 9:27 pm  

Ah, but that takes all challenge away 🙂


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