Lets say you have a two 3 inch lines. One is all red and the other is 48% red and 52% blue. Does that mean there"s a 50-50 chance they"re both red or is the second line matching the all red line by 48%?

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Kah Tarrrrrr NaEmphasising the "Tarrrrrrr"Anyone who says "Kah Tah Na" with only short sharp noises is wrong.

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I dont care if they are allowed to donate , but I think we should have an option to refuse gay blood if we need to receive blood.
Kah Tarrrrrr NaEmphasising the "Tarrrrrrr"Anyone who says "Kah Tah Na" with only short sharp noises is wrong.
Do you even know what you"re talking about? ... http://www.saiga-jp.com/dic/sound/g2/e58880_katana.wav Anyway here"s the proper way to pronounce it.
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Also, in Japanese you can"t really use consonants like you would in english. "Kat" therefore simply doesn"t even exist in Japanese. Their "alphabet" always consists of a consonant+vowel sound, with the exception of the often transcribed as "n" sound. Therefore it"s ka - ta - na. There"s no real emphasis like in english, like I hear a lot of people say ka-taaaah-na, emphasizing the tah. Just speak every sound the same.
Australian?Kah-TAH-nahor Kuh-TAH-nah (Kah-TAR-nar?)I think the Aussie or Kiwi Rs do something kind of hard to explain to pronunciation. I see Manga, and I think, Mah-n-gah, but an Aussie friend says Mun-grr. It sounds very odd to me.
theres no "r" nor "h" in katana >.r differently than Americans, which is probably why the OP included rs in the poll options.
kah-tah-nah, just like the othersWhere are the "r"s coming from?and can i ask how katanas were brought up in the conversation?
Kah Tarrrrrr NaEmphasising the "Tarrrrrrr"Anyone who says "Kah Tah Na" with only short sharp noises is wrong.

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What are you talking about? This is a Japanese word it"s broke up Ka-Ta-Na the "A"s" are pronounced like "Ah" so KAH-TAH-NAH it"s really that simple.
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