How To Say Aeropostale
An apostate Jaguar?
I called Apostales' customer service number on their website. The recording is as follows:
It's more or less how I pronounced the name, it must have been a long time since I heard it out loud because I had learned French in HS and guessed its true meaning and words. Was
But when I passed the store with my daughter last week, she said I had found the wrong way. "It was an apostle," he said. I am 35 years old (old and wise) and my daughter is 13 years old (young, modern and so on), so you choose what to believe.
Because by apostolic airmail, they go without saying that the post is considered a courier. If you call it a post office, Apollos says. If you call it a post office, it's called an apostol.
My final result? The use of oh as a message is linguistically correct, while the use of a message as ah has become a familiar pattern for stupid teens, making both choices correct. And the company itself doesn't care. They like to talk about themselves.