A word that has always stuck with me is pianist pronunciation.
The way it is pronounced makes no sense, and I am sure a lot of people have heard it before.
I know it sounds similar to “pitch,pitch”, and I don’t think I could pronounce it without sounding like a moron.
I think it was called pianist as a way to avoid having to spell it out, so the pronunciation is the same for every person.
It is just not very good.
I am sorry, I have to start my day right now.
I did this for years before I realized I had a problem with the word.
There is a great pianist called Alma Delarosa, who is a pianist.
She has an amazing voice and a wonderful range.
I have heard her play many songs on the piano, and she is also a great singer, which makes this word even more irritating.
But I do not think it is the best pronunciation, either.
In fact, it is really quite hard to pronounce.
It sounds like “pinch,pinch” in English, but I think the same thing sounds different in German and French.
The pronunciation is usually a little bit worse.
The “p” is always on the end, so “piper” sounds like a very, very small “p”.
The pronunciation for the word “piano” is also different.
In German, you would say “pizzer”, which is “pigeon”, and “pike”, which means “pie”.
The English pronunciation is more of a “pidgeon”.
I know I am going to get into a bit of a rut with this one, but for now, I am just going to use the word piano, which is how I have always pronounced it.
You will also notice that the “t” is on the “a” in “penny”, which seems to be an indicator that this word is more common than the “s”.
The “r” sounds a little strange on the English “st” pronunciation, which seems more like a “riff”.
That might be because in English the “r”, “r'”, and other words tend to be “l” or “s” sounds, and “s”, “s'”, or “r'” sound a little weird when you think about it.
When you get right down to it, the “p”, the “y”, and the “d” are all in the same class as the “g” sound, which sounds more like “b”.
You are not supposed to say this word with the “n” sound either, which I find hard to believe, because “n”, “n'”, “p’, “d'”, the other sound, and the rest are just really weird sounds.
I actually prefer the “l”.
I like the sound of the “h” sound a lot more.
It makes me think of the words I have said on the podcast where I am talking about my favorite things.
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