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> Man, the English language sure is complicated, isn't it? I too
> rationlize "Because it just sounds right!"
I always pronounce February as Feb-ru-ary. You know, the proper way. My
pronunciation often leaves people scratching their heads.
As for your rationalization, I often do this as well. The more you learn,
the easier it is to do this and be correct more often than not.
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