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Thread: Am I the only one?
September 14th, 2013 07:47 AM #16
I'm Russian and all English teachers here teach us to pronounce the "er" endings as "ah". But I pronounce the "er" like "er" myself.Ladies: Callie, Caitlyn, Emma, Rachel, Elodie, Jessie, Jennie
Gentleman: Daniel, Carl, Frank, James, Mason, Jake
September 14th, 2013 01:05 PM #18Lucia
Atlas, Bruno, Edmund, Fabien, Joscelin, Marius, Aitzol, Amets, Ekhi, Gorka, Imanol, Liher
Alba, Eulalia, Jemima, Leonor, Séfora, Seraphine, Amparo, Aña, Itsaso, Leire, Maixabel, Miren
September 14th, 2013 01:36 PM #20
I like the Aussie accent It's natural that names are going to sound different in different languages. ERs sound like As in Essex and Cockney accents too Another big one is the 'O' sound, like in the names Scott or Oscar. In most (all?) BE accents it's a very short 'o' sound, but from what I've heard of American accents, it becomes a draw-out 'AH' sound. It's interesting, not wrong! It only starts to irritate me when people decide on yewneek spellings which only work in their accent (Masin, Devin, Ellowyn etc).
September 14th, 2013 10:40 PM #22
@lucia both Taylah and Tayla are pretty common here. I have also seen Rydah and Jaggah (girl)Ebony〜Fourteen year old lover of names books and chocolate
Isobel, Eloise, Matilda, Alice, Eleanor, Amelia, Elena, Mirabel, Felicity, Phoebe, Tallulah and Eilidh
Eamon, Tiago, Cooper, Jack, Jago, Flynn, Archer, Lincoln, Asher, Alfie and Taylor
Pondering: Quinn and Naya
September 14th, 2013 10:51 PM #24
What? Don't you know what Australian accents, British accents and American accents sound like? Australians and Brits say Ry-dah and Americans say Ry-der. We don't pronounce our Rs and Americans do.
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