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grass: grarse or grass? May 15, 2007

Posted by nicholas gill in language, thoughts.

What’s happened to the Queen’s English of late, old boy?  First I see a television advert for the Bath Store with the proud voice-over saying Bath [baff] rather than Bath [bahth] and now Lloyds TSB are asking us to visit their branch [branch] rather than their branch [brahnch]. See the video below to see what I mean.



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