The initial poster said, \"Dialectically (French or Cajun) : \"lay-say lay bawn tawmp ru-lay\" or \"less-say place bawn tawmp ru-lay\" \"
I indicate the adhering to improvement:
The final P and S in \"temps\" are silent. The M is quite \"muffled\", too.
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It is a patent French sound, with few English analogs.
It is much more like \"TAWm\", or the first sound of \"Ankh\" or \"Encore\" - without the K.
It is nearly an N sound an ext than an M.
Perhaps we must say, Dialectically (French or Cajun) : \"LESS-say put bawn tawn roo-LAY\".
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(It means \"Let the an excellent times roll\")
Leh-seh leh boh taw roo-leh is a French pronunciation of \"Laissez les bons temps rouler\". The imperative \"laissez\"means \"
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