Separate names with a comma.
it's literally the repetition of vowel sounds
yes it is. and those words have different vowel sounds
not to most english speakers lol. Apologize for your weird oceanic ways of pronunciation.
by most english speakers do u mean Americans and Canadians
I mean by most everyone. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_English_phonology
"As with New Zealand English the start vowel in words like park /pɐːk/, calm /kɐːm/ and farm /fɐːm/ is central (in the past even front) in terms of tongue position and non-rhotic. This is the same vowel sound used by speakers of the Boston accent of North Eastern New England in the United States. Thus the phrase park the car is said identically by a New Zealander, Australian or Bostonian."
This pronunciation is non-standard pretty much everywhere else.
ur last statement is not backed up by anything in that link. all u did was show me how i say calm. thanks btw
well you must not watch any international movies or television lol. no one else says it that way.
british people absolutely say those words differently. i presume most europeans do too.