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Q: What does NATO mean?
A: North Atlantic Treaty Organization

It's a military alliance between 29 countries, including the U.S., Canada, and many European countries.

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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? NATO
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? NATOフォネティックコードでスペルを案内しますね。
A: I will teach the spelling with phonetic code.

Other questions about "Nato"

Q: is it the same?

The NATO alliance was in danger of falling apart.

The NATO alliance was in danger of breaking away.
A: No, it’s somewhat similar, but it isn’t the same. The first one makes sense, and is the best. The second one is pretty unnatural, although a native speaker could probably guess what you mean. “Falling apart” means that the alliance is ending, and makes sense as it is now a complete sentence. “Breaking away” would need you to add what it is breaking away FROM, and so this sentence seems a little incomplete. I hope that helped :)

What’s the difference in pronunciation?
A: thank you. Still very similar to me. Haha. Maybe it’s because there’s no such sounds in my native language. I’m wondering if you can discriminate the two sounds in your daily life. (Of course you can)
Q: NATO was shoot them down.
NATO shot them down.
NATO shoot them down.

Which one is correct and wrong?

Can you explain the differences between shoot/shot ??
A: NATO shot them down.

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