On Sun, 03 Jul 2005 00:43:04 +1200, FACE <AFaceintheCrowd@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I can't say I've ever heard the O pronounced with 'ah' or any other sort
of 'a' sound. Here in the Pacific the universal pronounciation would be a
short o as in "stop" or "orange".
On 1 Jul 2005 19:18:03 -0700, in opera.general "R. Rajesh Jeba Anbiah"
3. ahprah (no one use this right version here)
Finally, one i can relate to. :-)
I think that most Americans pronounce it that way with the stress on the
first syllable, i.e., AH-prah. The "prah" is actually "per-ah" with the
syllables run together as one in pronunciation. In pure text it is
describe pronunciations. I have no idea how you are internally
the words that i am writing, but in the end, it makes no difference --as
this case so long as we both know we are talking about the character
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