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If you are looking for an unique food to try while in Pigeon Forge then head over to Poynor’s Pommes Frites at The Island. So what makes Poynor’s Pommes Frites unique? They are remembering the streets of Germany with authentic German foods. Some of their specialties include Pommes Frites, Belgium fries and homemade dipping sauces. They also have authentic German brats, fresh baked brochen and spaghetti ice. There is no place in Pigeon Forge that can make you feel like you are on the streets of Germany. Come to The Island for a little piece of Germany. ” danke! und guten Tag’

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  1. Well in Mandarin Chinese, tones that don’t fit the melody are substituted with the more neutral "1st tone" or in some cases the 3rd tone that dips then rises, in particular the 4th tone that is a strong down tone like the word "No!" that is hard to You can tell the word is the 4th tone by the fact that the melody of the song lowers in pitch despite the word itself being an neutral tone , or the word is said for a shorter time compared to the words before and after Or if all else fails by context in the Also I have noticed that the "down beats" in music the ones you count often tend to have words with the 4th tone in them not always though Cantonese Chinese on the other hand has more tones, but are less sharp, abrupt and clean like Mandarin look up videos for Mandarin vs Cantonese that flows better, so for the most part, tones in songs are not changed as much, as it is pretty clear what word is being said from the tone, regardless of melody or pitch of the In general, the tones are less pronounced compared to when the words are spoken normally, though hints of the tone are still For tones that would break up the rhythm or melody of the songs, neutral tones are substituted and the length of the beat or the notes before and after help for the word to sound like it is the "correct tone" It also might just be second nature to native speakers, since before I saw this question, I never really though about it yet what happens to tones when songs are This is all from personal observation, feel free to comment on anything I might have gotten

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