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Watch out how you pronounce Uranus... [Video]
posted July 17 2012 19:23.38 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Oh, well, being a Greek "Uranus" is very simple and easy to pronounce without the danger to hear like i've said something funny... Such as "You-Rain-Us" or, "Your-AnUs", simply because Uranus means "Sky" in Greek. Watch this funny video...

Oh, by the way, you can pronounce it correctly like a Greek simply by replacing the second "u" with an "o" (Uranos), and increase your voice at the O and not at the A (uranOs).



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