Try figuring out what the following phrases mean: “Pho kusahn thar ohde,” “Geh churba tinheer,” “Doned beeyan id eeyot” and “Fud fors mahrt peah pal.”Did you figure it out? There’s no prize for being right, by the way.Here are some clues that might help in translating those phrases. After the first one, say “we want you here in one piece.” After the second, “our fresh artisan breads are waiting for you.” After the third, “let us cater it for you.” And finally, “you don’t have to understand, ...

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