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Re: You might as well bite the bullet.

Standard French and Cajun doesnt seem to similar to me. I have the Rev Daigle Self Taught book, he does have some good pronounciation guides in it.

On top of it all, the pronounciations change a little area to area, though Cajun French does share some common rules, for example in "tre" or "dre" endings, the "re" is not pronounced unless followed by a vowel or silent consonant. And Cajun French seems to eliminate as many vowels as possible in pronounciating, such as "je te.." becomes "j't'..".

Re: I can't believe this crap

Don't forget this ressource. It has been enriched and contains more and more words with their pronunciation.


Re: Re: I can't believe this crap

Yeah, I found that one in a search when I was trying to put useful stuff on my lyrics site. It is somewhat more useful than the dictionary.


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