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05-23-2010, 11:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Nordic View Post
Lol at Andreas Johanssons speach impediment...."Bronsch"...
More like a dialectical thing, than an impediment. Not all use German 1600-century pronouncement as much as it is done in Stockholm to name the prime example of German influence of speech. Swedish is full of such examples of pronouncement done in different ways. "Fat" L:s being another.

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