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English translation: pronounce SHAA'LEY

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07:26 Aug 27, 2002
English to English translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: chalet
how to pronounce? sher-l'ey or shae-l'ey?

thanks
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English translation:pronounce SHAA'LEY
Explanation:
this word in french refers to a little house made in wood typical in the french mountainside...CH pronounce "SH", A and L pronounce "AA" and "L", and E combined with T make the sound "EY"
good luck to you
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pronounce SHAA'LEY


Explanation:
this word in french refers to a little house made in wood typical in the french mountainside...CH pronounce "SH", A and L pronounce "AA" and "L", and E combined with T make the sound "EY"
good luck to you

ste_noel
Local time: 20:03
Grading comment
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Margaret Lagoyianni: stress first syllable = shalay
49 mins

agree  Piotr Kurek
3 hrs

agree  Yelena.
6 hrs

agree  Marion Burns: In US English stress second syllable. "a" is short as in "shall"
8 hrs
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