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    Tom-AH-toe
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    Tom-AY-toe
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    Tom-AH-toe

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    Tom-AY-toe

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    I pronounce it Tom-AH-toe.
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    I feel as though I pronounce it as: Toe-Mah-Toe :lol:
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    (Original post by Kyx)
    Tom-AH-toe

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    Tom-AY-toe

    ???????????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????????

    I pronounce it Tom-AH-toe.
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    TEACHER SUNDAY IS HERE..

    Nowadays “tomahto” is considered British pronunciation and “tomayto” American, but many Americans pronounce tomato {and aunt ) with a broad a.Either pronunciation is considered standard. The only “rule” is to go with the pronunciation you prefer. Either is easily understood by other English speakers.
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    Tom-ah-toe
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    2-mah-2
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    never heard anyone say to-mah-toe...

    I say tuh-mar-toe or occasionaly tuh-mar-ter with horrible glottal stops
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    (Original post by TEACHER SUNDAY)
    Hi?

    TEACHER SUNDAY IS HERE..

    Nowadays “tomahto” is considered British pronunciation and “tomayto” American, but many Americans pronounce tomato {and aunt ) with a broad a.Either pronunciation is considered standard. The only “rule” is to go with the pronunciation you prefer. Either is easily understood by other English speakers.
    am i saying 'mah' wrong? I would spell the pronunciation out as tomarto, im sure mah is more like that mah in 'mat' or 'magic' and not like 'mar' in 'marmalade' or 'market'
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    “tomahto” -for BRITISH
    “tomayto” American
    but many Americans pronounce tomato {and aunt ) with a broad a.
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    (Original post by eternaforest)
    never heard anyone say to-mah-toe...

    I say tuh-mar-toe or occasionaly tuh-mar-ter with horrible glottal stops
    Hello ''''

    Refer the following;
    “tomahto” -for BRITISH “tomayto” American but many Americans pronounce tomato {and aunt ) with a broad a. ...
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    (Original post by Kyx)
    Tom-AH-toe

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    Tom-AY-toe

    ???????????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????????

    I pronounce it Tom-AH-toe.
    The English way
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    (Original post by Kyx)
    Tom-AH-toe

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    Tom-AY-toe

    ???????????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????????

    I pronounce it Tom-AH-toe.
    Since most people here are from England (I believe), I expect that the majority will say the former.
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    (Original post by eternaforest)
    am i saying 'mah' wrong? I would spell the pronunciation out as tomarto, im sure mah is more like that mah in 'mat' or 'magic' and not like 'mar' in 'marmalade' or 'market'
    Probably better if it was -AR- as in arsenal
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    in New York, I've become a wet dream tomato
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    It's tomato.
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    Tomtom.

    Obviously.
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    I pronounce it lycopersicon lycopersicum (lik-o-per-see-con lik-o-per-see-***).
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    Tom-mah-toe
 
 
 
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