From: Joó Ádám (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jun 17 2009 - 11:40:50 CDT
Szabolcs, any other example of such a mixed pronunciation in case of
an English word? I mean, writing u and pronuncing /u/, and then
writing code and pronouncing [koːd]. The logical way would be to
either use Unicode [ˈjunikoːd], or Unikód [unikoːd], wouldn’t be?
UNICEF is preceded with ‘az’ because the whole word is pronounced
according to Hungarian spelling, i. e. [unit͡sef]
> Same is applied for proper names started with "Universal".
Not here. I’ve got 22 200 hits for “az Universal” and 159 000 for “a
Universal”, searching Hungarian sites.
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