Lew’s Dictionary: Such (fun)

March 21, 2014 § Leave a comment

Decoding Lew is getting easier for us now that we’ve internalized three key phonetic rules of Lew-anguage:

  1. K sounds like tch at the end of a sentence. As in, trutch, stitch and batch patch.
  2. K or C sound like T at the beginning of a sentence. As in, Tar (zoom) and Tow (moo), “Tatch the ball” and “Tover me up, mama.”
  3. Second-letter T’s are sometimes missing but should be implied. This discovery made us feel a lot better about how often Eldyn says “I such.” He doesn’t have a complex. He just gets “stuck” a lot.
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