He's such doofus.
Well Ralph Nader and Jill Stein never did any harm, did they, so why not?The 70-year-old activist, intellectual and democratic socialist said on Twitter that he will be a candidate for the 2024 contestwww.theguardian.com
Yeah, it's a weird one. I've found Americans will tend to say 'steen' when it's Americans with Yiddish names, but it seems to be different when they're talking about native German speakers with those sorts of names, as in Einstein.I've noticed people say Harvey Wine- steen though, why is that? How about the other similarly named sex offender, is he Epsteen or Epsteyn?
And surely not Albert Einsteen?
OK, I didn't know that. But in US media I've tended to hear 'Ep-steen' and 'Wine-steen'.I don't think it's a matter of what "Americans tend to say", it depends on how the family pronounces is. Some families pronounce one way, others pronounce it the other. You hear both pronunciations all the time.