[Hpr] phone book

Matthew K matt_hew at rocketmail.com
Fri May 10 07:13:21 PDT 2013


Maybe, I am missing something, but it seems to me that numbers would be pronounced differently in a language other than English. (ie. uno, dos, tres (or) một, hai, ba)
 
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>I'm in.  Last night, I was going to post that non-EFL contributors should feel free to read their phone books in their native tongue, then I realized it was names and numbers :)
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>>On 5/8/2013 1:57 PM, Patrick Dailey wrote:
>>> "Various HPR Hosts Read the Phone Book"
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>>Sounds good to me. I'm in.
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>>Read as much or as little as you like. Read them in order, or flip through
>>the alphabet. I'll make it work.
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>>Like I said, if you're just reading I'll try to alphabetize them, but if
>>you do some sort of bit or a skit or something, then I'll keep that
>>together. If you go that route, just let the mailing list know what range
>>you're using that you'd like not to have interrupted (Names beginning with
>>letters Kad - Kea for example, or the non-profit section of the white
>>pages). If you read from the white pages, please include the business
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>>Date: Wed, 8 May 2013 16:38:26 -0400
>>From: T J <pegwole at linuxbasement.com>
>>To: Patrick Dailey <pdailey03 at gmail.com>
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>>You had me at "various."
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>>On Wed, May 8, 2013 at 3:24 PM, Patrick Dailey <pdailey03 at gmail.com> wrote:
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>>> Read as much or as little as you like. Read them in order, or flip through
>>> the alphabet. I'll make it work.
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>>> Like I said, if you're just reading I'll try to alphabetize them, but if
>>> you do some sort of bit or a skit or something, then I'll keep that
>>> together. If you go that route, just let the mailing list know what range
>>> you're using that you'd like not to have interrupted (Names beginning with
>>> letters Kad - Kea for example, or the non-profit section of the white
>>> pages). If you read from the white pages, please include the business
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