http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ioMspoSNgmw2:50-3:00Tom Cruise agrees with you.
As a Brit, I hate to point it out to you but we don't infact pronounce them the same; the former being pronounced "or-tistic" and the latter "are-tistic" the difference is evident to anyone with the capacity to listen. Many Americans however pronounce both "international" and "inernational" the same way, not only do these words mean different things but they are infact the complete oposite of each other.
LOL.what sparked this thought? i must know.
there's a british girl in one of my art history classes. she kept saying the word "artistic," and i kept trying not to laugh. ps sorry jarebear.
i'm not british, but i do know british people. after some listening i've realized that there is a difference in many pronunciations. some even in words that americans would consider homonyms. you really should listen more intently.
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