What follows is a 'fun with word sounds and spellings' activity. (ac-tiv-i-ty) → (ak-tiv-i-tE) → (aktivitE)
Our challenge involved portraying the words as we seemed to be hearing them. Your challenge will be to return the words to their typical English language spellings...in that your brain will naturally do that with each word you decipher, partly as you glean our style and partly as you use context clues.
Why Not Both?
Why is it, that multitudes of people have heard the saying "An apple a day keeps the doctor away." yet have not heard: "Two onions a day, may blow all ills away." Admittedly, I can think of several reasons, yet...
Apples and onions are both wonderful natural sources of quercetin (a great fighter of the bad and worker for the good in our bodies). Apples and onions are delicious together; consequently, apple-with-onion recipes abound.
An amazing site, http://www.yummly.com/ connects to apple-with-onion salads, apple-with-onion desserts, plus!
For fun and thought-starters, consider watching our 30-secod video introducing the as yet unfamiliar, yet potentially profound, onion saying: Attention Onion Lovers (and haters)