Nov 15, 2018

[Answer] 6. If you're confused enough to try Adelaide after those names, how would you pronounce it?

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...1. Odd - il - udd 2. Udd - al - edd 3. Add - ul - Ay - d 4. Idd - ol - odd Place a little stress on the first and third syllable and then run the entire word together quickly. Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia and is located near the Torrens River. Its nickname is "The City of Churches" and many beautiful church spires can be seen emerging religiously from the mass of other buildings in this old town. At the close of 2010, its population was just under 1.3 million people. Adelaide was a planned capital, and was founded in 1836, and the only capital city in Australia not to take convicts, but only for free settlers instead. Perhaps that's why they have so many churches - with no sinful convicts to burn them down. Then again it could be that all the area around Adelaide attracted a vast number of early German Protestant settlers who developed the wine making industries there. Today Adelaide is noted for its many festivals of food, wine and sporting, its beaches, and its large manufacturing base.




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Add - ul - Ay - d:


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