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message 1: by Kate S (new)

Kate S | 6154 comments Read a book by an author whose surname is only one syllable. Examples: H.G. Wells, Julian Barnes, Rebecca West.

Please post any questions or comments about task 10.3 in this thread.


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Karen Michele Burns (klibrary) | 4572 comments Does anyone know if (Jim) Crace is pronounced as one syllable?


message 3: by Elizabeth (Alaska) (last edited May 19, 2020 01:55PM) (new)

Elizabeth (Alaska) | 12338 comments Karen Michele wrote: "Does anyone know if (Jim) Crace is pronounced as one syllable?"

I tried a couple of audio pronunciations and all of them are one syllable (rhymes with grace). He's good for this task.


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Karen Michele Burns (klibrary) | 4572 comments Elizabeth (Alaska) wrote: "Karen Michele wrote: "Does anyone know if (Jim) Crace is pronounced as one syllable?"

I tried a couple of audio pronunciations and all of them are one syllable (rhymes with grace). He's good for t..."


Thanks - I've always pronounced it wrong in my head with a long e at the end;)


Elizabeth (Alaska) | 12338 comments Karen Michele wrote: "I've always pronounced it wrong in my head with a long e at the end;)"

Me too. I'm glad you asked. Even if we were right (!), you can have it now.


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