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    Originally posted by twopintsplease View Post
    Recently on several podcast’s and YouTube Video coming from the US I find it odd to hear reference to “casted” parts were as Aus , NZ , UK were I am familiar it would be said a “cast” part, is this normal or a linguistic oddity with those people
    Bloody dumb Yanks, I'd say

    Frankly, if I heard one of my countrymen saying "casted" in a YouTube video, I'd switch to a different video, assuming that the speaker had absolutely zero credibility.

    It does seem "casted" is gaining popularity in the spoken language, though: https://grammarist.com/usage/casted/

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    Casting terminology

    Recently on several podcast’s and YouTube Video coming from the US I find it odd to hear reference to “casted” parts were as Aus , NZ , UK were I am familiar it would be said a “cast” part, is this normal or a linguistic oddity with those people
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