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We do have people spelling it Pimsler, Pimslor, Pimslur and Pimslir. But these spellings are all wrong. The right way to spell Pimsleur is P-I-M-S-L-E-U-R. We all like to have our names spelled correctly and this is especially true for the
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We do have people spelling it Pimsler, Pimslor, Pimslur and Pimslir. But these spellings are all wrong. The right way to spell Pimsleur is P-I-M-S-L-E-U-R. We all like to have our names spelled correctly and this is especially true for the internet. Google helps us with spelling when we spell a word incorrectly. It asks us: Did you mean: pimsleur You get better results on the internet if you spell the word correctly. Pimsleur Language
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