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I mean if you can't hear it whats the sense of having it, its just confusing.
konfusedd konfusedd 16-17, F 4 Answers Aug 27, 2012 in Community

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Must be for people in Mass. They pronounce words by ignoring letters.<br />
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IE: Worchester--- Pronounced as spelled wor-ches-ter<br />
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how they say it- Wooster. The r the c and the h are silent.<br />
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A town 40 miles away is Dorchester. By this logic it should be pronounced Dooster!<br />
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No. They say Dor-ches-ter.<br />
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I am confused!

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I think it has something to do with appearance

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Yea, there should just be more vowels.

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I think linguists were lazy in coining new words and they just re-adjusted words eg Know without "k" would be "now"..so instead of putting efforts they resorted to reshuffling.

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