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Pronounciation


Sunil Yadav

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These are names, and there are no strict rules that can tell you how to pronounce a name. You need to hear the correct pronunciation from the person with that name, or from the people who live in that place.

Going by similar names I'm familiar with:

Grimsby (town in the UK) >> /grimzbi/ (one syllable - stress on the sound /g/)

Bexhill (placein the UK) >> /beks(h)il/       (one syllable - stress on the sound /b/ - make the /h/ very soft, almost dropped)

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