Saying “It’s really coal outside today.”

CoalReally? Is it that dark?

Translation: « Aujourd’hui, il fait vraiment charbon dehors »

Why wrong: In French, most final consonants aren’t pronounced. This can create confusion if you do this in English. For more information, click here. To be taken seriously…Follow Through

Correct it: Just like a golfer finishes his swing, finish your words.  The endings of most English words (especially d, s and t ) must be pronounced or else something else may be understood: “It’s really cold outside today.”

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