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15 hours ago, monatosingh said:

The worst part is when you have been correcting them for a year or more after they read your name in the register and they got it wrong all the time.

"It will come to me next time!".

YES!!!!! That happens all the time. Once a dopey supply teacher called me Toronto. You should've seen my face. She looked at me and then she re-read my name and then said it properly. It wasn't even funny so don't even dare to smile... :@

Jk it was pretty funny afterwards though. I have a friend called Harpal and all the teachers call her Harpul and she gets annoyed too.

Ohhh... I don't think it will EVER come you miss!!! Is what goes through my head every time. :rofl 

To be honest my name is actually written with a yet everyone pronounces it like a or something.

Actually its meant to be pronounced like how it is in the title of this thread.

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Thurren sounds better. There is no 1 way to write it in English so you can improvise so it sounds more like punjabi. 

How many people like my name? Any takers?

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32 minutes ago, Guest taronprit said:

Thurren sounds better. There is no 1 way to write it in English so you can improvise so it sounds more like punjabi. 

How many people like my name? Any takers?

I like your name.. Very similar to mine and very different. Yea its because Gurmukhi has a phonetic alphabet so there are different sounds rather than just one sound for each letter. My names Taranjot do you like my name?

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21 hours ago, Guest Kaur 2 said:

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I like your name.. Very similar to mine and very different. Yea its because Gurmukhi has a phonetic alphabet so there are different sounds rather than just one sound for each letter. My names Taranjot do you like my name?

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toronto

 

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16 hours ago, monatosingh said:

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Nooooooooo!!!!!!!!! :@

Jk it is quite funny actually.

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