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  • Can you speak Lowcountry? Locals and tourists attempt these 5 commonly mispronounced words

    Local communities have towns, rivers, locations that are commonly mispronounced by visitors, transplants and occasionally locals. We picked a few Lowcountry words and asked people on the street to pronounce them. Some got them right, some, even locals, did not.

Can you speak Lowcountry? Locals and tourists attempt these 5 commonly mispronounced words

Local communities have towns, rivers, locations that are commonly mispronounced by visitors, transplants and occasionally locals. We picked a few Lowcountry words and asked people on the street to pronounce them. Some got them right, some, even locals, did not.
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