D&D 5E Mearls' "Firing" tweet

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Dannyalcatraz

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While we’re discussing grammar and pronunciation...in this thread (?!).??

It’s “PRAH-leen” not “PRAY-leen”!!!!
 

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JonnyP71

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.... all these US English speakers discussing correct grammar, spelling and pronunciation....

it makes me chuckle.
 


robus

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I would generally agree. The whole their/there/they're issue is a question of sloppily writing the wrong homophone. My freakin' auto-correct does that on me.

I also find myself hearing the word in my head and then having to remember the correct spelling in the context. :)
 

Azzy

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I also find myself hearing the word in my head and then having to remember the correct spelling in the context. :)

Eventually, they'll merge into one spelling as people keep confusing them. Honestly, English could do with a huge spelling reform because much of it is not spell phonetically and is simply hanger's-on from prior versions of the language.
 

You New Englander's, so titled or not!, crack me up. One of your states is like the size of a single county out west.

Just for fun I used www.thetruesize.com to put all six of your "states" into California. Lots of room left over.
 

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Satyrn

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You New Englander's, so titled or not!, crack me up. One of your states is like the size of a single county out west.

Just for fun I used www.thetruesize.com to put all six of your "states" into California. Lots of room left over.
You left out 2 New England states.

Connecticut and Rhode Island are huge. I'm sure they'd fill in the gaps.
 

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