Pronouncing Carl Bache's Name

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Re: SBL session on the Greek Perfect

Postby Stephen Carlson » November 28th, 2013, 10:39 am

Iver Larsen wrote:However, the Danish pronunciation would be close to if you say "bar keg" and delete the final consonant.

I suppose this advice is for non-rhotic speakers of English, such as the British received pronunciation?
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Re: Pronouncing Carl Bache's Name

Postby MAubrey » November 28th, 2013, 1:57 pm

Stephen Carlson wrote:
Iver Larsen wrote:However, the Danish pronunciation would be close to if you say "bar keg" and delete the final consonant.

I suppose this advice is for non-rhotic speakers of English, such as the British received pronunciation?

Well, then I'm pleased to hear that I've been doing it correctly.



I hope.
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