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Re: Pronunciation of indefinite article “a”  •  February 27, 2014, 10:12pm  •  1 vote

@Plume Your point is very interesting. I believe Australian English is influenced by American English and maybe this has been more pronounced over the last 30 years by TV and internet? I guess we hav

Re: Where used you to live?  •  November 29, 2012, 3:32am  •  1 vote

Thomas, I'm not going to categorically say "you're wrong" but I think it's more likely that "used to" (past tense) has lazily deteriorated to "use to", with the words merging together and sounding mor

Re: Pronunciation of indefinite article “a”  •  November 29, 2012, 2:57am  •  2 votes

Warsaw Will, thanks for your reply...very enlightening, and I do agree somewhat. Although it's definitely common usage in Australia, to the extent that the strong A often replaces "an" before a vowel,

Re: Where used you to live?  •  November 27, 2012, 3:21am  •  1 vote

Disagree with all of the above in relation to "used to" and "use to"! "Where did you used to live?" is correct. You cannot use "where did you use to live?"..."use" doesn't make any sense in that c