How_to_Gently_Correct_Someone_in_English
How to Gently Correct Someone in English
Duration 1 min 9 sec
Published 27th April, '12

How to Gently Correct Someone in English is the title of a video uploaded to the PronunciationBook channel on the April 27th, 2012.

Video Details[edit | edit source]

How to Gently Correct Someone in English lasts for 1 minute and 9 seconds, during which the Narrator says the following two phrases:

The city actually has fifty districts, not forty.
I'm sorry, I think you brought me the wrong omelette.


Speculation[edit | edit source]

  • The first phrase most likely refers to the number of districts in Los Angeles.

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