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We should be proud of our Welsh place names, respect them and pronounce them correctly.
In order to speak Mandarin, students must learn to pronounce pinyin's 21 consonants and 16 vowels that are used to form 407 one-syllable sounds.
In fact, just to drive home this point, last term I wrote "Lyons" on the board and asked my class to pronounce it.
The passes into both the Democrat and Republican parties were seized, in the last century, by the modern-day equivalent of the Gileadites, who bar entrance to all who will not faithfully pronounce and venerate the party shibboleths, watchwords and pet phrases.
Turner insisted on signing his name Phtholognyrrh, while continuing to pronounce it Turner.
Perhaps the most urgent need in Baptist life today is for new prophets to pronounce the word of the Lord.
A new book has been written to help wine drinkers who sometimes struggle to pronounce the names of European wines.
Then said they unto him, Say now Shibboleth: and he said Sibboleth: for he could not frame to pronounce it right.
If there was a word students couldn't pronounce I'd have to say, `Let's listen to the news tonight and hear how Tom Brokaw pronounces that,' before they could tape a newscast," Haviland says.
Merely being able to pronounce each new word correctly is not enough.
As part of the preparation for the new millenium, the Holy Father is expected to pronounce a formal "mea culpa" for the past sins of Christianity.
Man must first pronounce the name of the other before he can know his own name.
The effect is not due merely to the length of a name, or how foreign-sounding or unusual it is, but rather how easy it is to pronounce," the Herald Sun quoted Dr Laham, as saying.
True Scots pronounce it to rhyme with "orangey" but Hansen puts the emphasis on the "an" instead.
As an old Weoley Castillion, I agree with his view that "Carsell" is definitely not the correct way to pronounce the name of our much-loved fortified dwelling.