Chant de guerre pour l'armée du Rhin
[ French shahn duh ger poor lar-mey dy ran ]
/ French ʃɑ̃ də ˈgɛr pur larˈmeɪ dü ˈrɛ̃ /
Pore Over vs. Pour OverSince pour is a common word and sounds identical to pore, many English speakers use the verb pour in the verb phrase pore over meaning “to meditate or ponder intently.”
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