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Michael Quinion’s newsletter, World Wide Words, has a section called “sic!” wherein he shares what are usually funny examples of phonological ambiguity. Today’s is especially good. I won’t quote it here
because it’s short and because the author prefers that it not be reproduced “in whole or in part”, but will simply refer you to:

World Wide Words: Michael Quinlon writes on international English from a British viewpoint: “sic!”

Written by Michael DeBusk

December 29th, 2007 at 4:07 pm

Posted in Linguistic,Web sites

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