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For many cities and towns across the U.S. that have Old World European names, their pronunciation doesn't quite match with the namesake. Linguist Amelia Tseng helps explain why that might be the case.

Why Lima, Ohio, and Lima, Peru, Don’t Have The Same Pronunciation

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