Discussion in 'Shave School' started by Primotenore, Sep 30, 2020.
English can be a confusing language at times. I've enjoyed a couple shows on Netflix that were Finnish productions. I watched a few minutes with the original Finnish audio and English subtitles, but decided to watch them with the English audio dubbing though.
Concerning Vienna Sausages, the pronunciation is often just a debate between people I know. Some pronounce it like the city in Austria. Others pronounce it as I learned growing up in a small town in Alabama - VYE-EENA.
Excellent Paul Vitale.
My uncle used to call them "monkey d*cks".
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Haven't talked to too many Canucks, eh?
more like.i am sorry ,but he had to go..next..
May i ask what shows did you watch and did you like them?
Kind of fun fact; pretty much nothing here is dubbed, subtitles are much preferred and they actually help people to learn languages. But when i watch something from netflix i usually turn the subtitles off, unless i'm keeping the volume very low.
I would probably pronounce it like the town name, but that's just how i would expect it to be. We don't even have any kind of canned sausages here i think, unless Lidl has some. The finnish makkara is very popular though.
Not in my neck of the woods is Vienna pronounced that way! Lol! The correct way is Vee- en-a. The first syllable is pronounced with a long e. The second and third syllables are pronounced with a short e and short a, respectively.
I would throw the white flag before I learned your language at this stage of my life.
Thank you Joe.
The two shows are:
Both were excellent shows! Actually, season 3 of Bordertown did not have the English audio dubbing available for the Netflix release (they cited Covid work delay for the voice actors), so I did listen to the original audio (with English subtitles). I agree that subtitles can help to learn languages.
Suomen kieli voi olla melkoisen hankalaa niille, jotka puhuvat Englantia äidinkielenään.
=The Finnish language can be very difficult for people who speak English as their native language.
Yeah, first time I heard that was when he took me and some cousins camping and fishing on North River. I was about 13 I think.
Thank you Gary.
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