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Old 05-08-2004, 12:17 AM
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Default How do you say cauliflower

On Wed, 04 Aug 2004 22:19:02 GMT, "Peter Aitken"
wrote:

No, it's a "correct" thing. At least my Webster's claims it is.


So what you are saying is, it is correct to say the "i" in cauliflower
as an short "e" like the "i" in broccoli, instead of the 'I' in the
word "ick"

When I look on www.dictionary.com the Pronunciation Key for the "i"
in cauliflower is different than the "i" in broccoli
My Websters dictionary says the same thing.

This is what I'm talking about is people who stress the "i" like the
"i" in broccoli. This is not correct.


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