NOWHERE - no-where or now-here?

@Romwel (78)
Philippines
August 19, 2011 1:41pm CST
how NOWHERE should be spoken?
2 responses
@owlwings (38412)
• Cambridge, England
19 Aug 11
Nowhere is really two words 'no where' and should always be pronounced as such (but the words run into each other, as it is written, so it seems like one word with the accent on the first syllable as 'NO-where'.
@Romwel (78)
• Philippines
20 Aug 11
of course, it always is NO-where Owlwings. but it could also be now and here combined. you know, you can do things NOW and nowhere else but HERE. LOL. i knew how to pronounce it. all my life i've been surrounded with books not to mention the schools that i have been. my post is all about sending people a message that there are things that must be done NOW and HERE. i just made it catchy. and it works. you commented. LOL again.
@owlwings (38412)
• Cambridge, England
20 Aug 11
I responded because many people here are at the beginning of learning English and how was I to know that you weren't one of them? So you just seek to make fools of people?
@Romwel (78)
• Philippines
20 Aug 11
not at all. i'm not like you think i am. if you want your post to be catchy, make it catchy. as i've said, i just want to send a message that i think you'd uplift somebody else's lives. i'm an optimistic person so don't judge me. if you don't agree, then don't. it's as easy as that.
@lampar (7597)
• United States
20 Aug 11
No-Where. Now-here is not commonly spoken.
@Romwel (78)
• Philippines
21 Aug 11
for some, yes. for some, no.