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Savetodel.icio.us Subject: Re: Creme de CocoaFrom: Hambone Posted: Fri Dec 14. 2007, 01:50 ESTFollowup to: "Re: Creme de Cocoa" byapetail (Fri Dec 14. 2007, 00:40 UTC) > > > > > Dunno "bout you, but I"ve always watched it spelled "Cacao"> > > > > And say :> > > > > krem d" kak-OW> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > OTOH, I say ko-ko powder and ko-ka beans (which may be > > wrong)> > > > > > > > > > Unmuch less you"re talking around creme de coca ... whcih is > > > > different.> > > > > > > > > > .dan.> > > > > > > > thankyou melon male. I review through the first two write-ups and also was > > > > > > reasoning "When is someone going to gain it right?". I know the > > > > > > question was subjective but come on people! It"s ka kow not coco > > > > > or > > > > > > > > w/e.> > > > > > My expertise is that cocoa and cacao can be supplied > > interchangeably > > > > > > (except for the name of the plant). So if somepoint reads cacao why > > > > > > > > argue that we need to pronounce it as ka-kow instead of ko-ko(w)? > > > > > > > > In American-English cocoa is almost only offered for defattened cacao > > > > > > > > powder but in British-English cocoa is used even more regularly. > > > > I"ve never heard that cacao and also cacao have the right to be offered interchangably. > > > > And considering that Creme De Cacao is never before spelled Creme De Cocoa, plainly > > tright here is a difference in pronunciation if we"re just talking around > > > > pronouncing cacao.> > Logic is twisting my mind here. Maybe I acquired the question wrong. Is it > around spelling or around pronunciation and also is it around exactly how to commonly > speak to the product or how to pronounce the words? The words "Creme de > Cocoa" have the right to be taken literally or alternatively as a tip to the > product. The question "How to pronounce Creme de Cocoa" does it suppose > "How to call the sugary liqueur with the cocoa flavour" or does > it intend "How to pronounce the words Creme de Cocoa"?> > How would certainly someone need to pronounce the sentence "Creme de Cacao is > never before spelled as Creme de Cocoa"?I think the original question posed by Cheryl was just how we or you pronounce the word Cacao from Creme De Cacao as it is obviously various from the word cocoa as it is spelled in different ways yet may have the exact same interpretation. Glad and happy have actually the exact same interpretation and also are pretty much interchangeable but you don"t pronounce glad as happy and also vice versa.-- What did the leper say to the hooker?Keep the guideline...


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Current thread (39 messages): Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.13, 05:20 - Cheryl Charming Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.13, 06:02 - open a donut shop Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.13, 07:41 - freelivin91 Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.13, 07:54 - Dan the Melon Man Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.13, 17:13 - Clint Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.13, 18:58 - Hambone Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.13, 20:43 - apetail Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.13, 22:12 - Hambone Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.14, 00:40 - apetail " WIDTH=8 HEIGHT=13> Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.14, 01:50 - Hambone Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.14, 02:50 - Dan the Melon Man Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.14, 05:29 - Hambone Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.14, 15:07 - apetail Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.15, 03:11 - Dan the Melon Man Fantastic mis-spellings! - 2007.12.15, 03:16 - Dan the Melon Man Re: Fantastic mis-spellings! - 2007.12.16, 16:21 - apetail Re: Fantastic mis-spellings! - 2007.12.16, 17:07 - Cheryl Charming Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.13, 18:56 - Hambone Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.13, 19:44 - John Martin Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.13, 20:30 - Cheryl Charming Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.13, 22:04 - Dan the Melon Man Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.14, 07:57 - NORE102081 Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.14, 07:48 - freelivin91 Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.14, 07:52 - Dano_ Re: Creme de Cocoa - 2007.12.14, 15:20 - Cheryl Charming Re: CACAO is pronounced "Kuh-Kay-Oh"... not "Ka-Cow"... - 2007.12.14, 07:54 - Dano_ Re: CACAO is pronounced "Kuh-Kay-Oh"... not "Ka-Cow"... - 2007.12.14, 08:16 - Boroco Re: CACAO is pronounced "Kuh-Kay-Oh"...

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