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^So did I and I knew it was wrong but I am lazy and still call Yngwie ingwee aswell. I used to learn my french words with wrong pronounciation on purpose because for me it was the only way to get those lists of suffixes like -ais -ais -ait in my head.

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jaun americanised his name.....

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MissMisstreater wrote:
jaun americanised his name.....


:lol: :lol: :lol:

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i always thought it was bool yay, i was close except the L is silent, I figured the T was, kinda like in 'Ballet'

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ßrono wrote:
i always thought it was bool yay, i was close except the L is silent, I figured the T was, kinda like in 'Ballet'


when english people say Ballet and pronounce the T, it's a mistake, but it's become such a common mistake that it eventually stuck, and became the correct pronounciation after years of using it that way

edit: oh I just remembered that some people still say balley properly... I'm not sure though... I think it was something about the british and the americans... one of them say the T, and others don't... I'm not really sure


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anyway what matters is you was pretty close brono lol


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Hey Acid Wire,

Would It Be Textbook Correct To Say The The Pronunciation Is:

Boo-e-yé


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Boo-yey

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I don't think you'd write this in a text book, but I wrote it to make it understandable for everyone, even with only little or no knowledge of french.

To stringskipper... Boo yay, and Boo e yé, sound slightly different; it's true the difference isn't big and it is only important to french people because we have words that use both sounds... Boo e yé is longer and yé sounds very different that yay

I guess saying Boo yay is all right to say in English, but if you ever come accross a french person or maybe even a canadian you'll have to repeat twice to be understood, like Ballet, or whatever.

Anyway it doesn't really matter, you can say Boo yay, the most accurate is Boo e yé I reckon... :?


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I'm pretty sure Yngwie added the Malmsteen from his mother's maiden name because his mother and father got a divorce...so he took his mother's maiden name after that

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knetzke11 wrote:
I'm pretty sure Yngwie added the Malmsteen from his mother's maiden name because his mother and father got a divorce...so he took his mother's maiden name after that


Okay, There Has Been Much Talk About Malmsteen's Name, So Here Are The Facts, Straight From The Vikings Mouth:

"I was born Lars Johan Yngwie Lannerback, but no one called me Lars during my youth; I was always called Yngwie. Malmsteen comes for my mother. I took her maiden name and used it as my last name when she separated from my father, Leonard Lannerback. I don't have a bulls***, made-up name like so many rock stars - my name is mine! I just changed the order of my Christian name and chose Yngwie for my first name. My passport, driver's licence and credit cards all say Yngwie Johan Malmsteen. At first I didn't think it was cool, because it seemed like every other male in Scandinavia was called Lars, But once I started making a name for myself, I grew to like it."

I hope this answers everybody's questions :D :D :D


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yeap sure does


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...and YNGWIE FUCKING MALMSTEEN!

sounds so much better then LARS FUCKING LANNERBACK!


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whoops. Double post

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yeah sounds like the name that unleashes the fucking fury!


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Dont attack swedish names here! ;D


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Acid Wire wrote:
ßrono wrote:
i always thought it was bool yay, i was close except the L is silent, I figured the T was, kinda like in 'Ballet'


when english people say Ballet and pronounce the T, it's a mistake, but it's become such a common mistake that it eventually stuck, and became the correct pronounciation after years of using it that way

edit: oh I just remembered that some people still say balley properly... I'm not sure though... I think it was something about the british and the americans... one of them say the T, and others don't... I'm not really sure


Don't think I've ever heard anyone British pronounce the "t" at the end.

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yeah Dave... I'm not sure who says the T... but I know some people somewhere do.. I gotta look for that...


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