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Old 12-15-2005, 07:17 PM   #1
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What is the proper way to pronounce these?:

Integy
Losi
Hudy
Kyosho
Jaco
Li-po
Corally

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Integy in-tuh-gee
Losi lowsee
Hudy hewdee
Kyosho kee-oh-show
Jaco jay-co
Li-po lie poe
Corally core-alley

At least that's how I say them.

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What is the proper way to pronounce these?:

Integy (In-ta-gee)
Losi (Low-see)
Hudy (Hoo-dee)
Kyosho (Kee-o-sho)
Jaco (Jay-ko)
Li-po (sell explanatory) lol
Corally
(Ko-rall-ee) Pardon the english...lol, but this is what I've come to understand is correct.
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Integy (In-ta-gee)
Losi (Low-see)
Hudy (Hoo-dee)
Kyosho (Kee-o-sho)
Jaco (Jay-ko)
Li-po (sell explanatory) lol
Corally[/QUOTE] (Ko-rall-ee) Pardon the english...lol, but this is what I've come to understand is correct.
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Old 12-15-2005, 07:22 PM   #5
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This is how we do it in Oklahoma...

Int - Eh - Gee
Low - See
Who - Dee
Kee - Yo - Show
Jay - Co
Lie - Poe
Core - Alley
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Old 12-15-2005, 07:29 PM   #6
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I thought it was:
Integy (in tah jee)
You guys are saying gee as in a hard g not a j?

Kyosho (kay oh show) or (kie oh show)
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Actually is is KI oh show kyosho Tamyia is pronouced Ta mee ya
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no its ky-oh-show

and tam-e-ya
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NO, it's pronounced icky-icky-icky-peclang-zeezowm-suupoing.
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Old 12-15-2005, 08:54 PM   #10
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ahhhh...'we are the knights that say "Ni" '
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ahhhh...'we are the knights that say "Ni" '
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no its ky-oh-show

and tam-e-ya
Being a Japanese word, Tamiya is pronounced by it's syllables:
Ta-mi-ya, each syllable is short and none are stressed more than another. Pronouncing it "Ta-meeee-ya" with the stress on the second syllable is simply wrong
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ahhhh...'we are the knights that say "Ni" '
NICHT! NICHT!
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Smile pointless?

The same thread was deleted off another forum for being pointless. I thought it was quite amusing.

Phatkat, I'm liking the avatar
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For Hudy - ask a Slovakian.

For Kyosho - ask a Japanese person.

For Corally - ask a Dutchman/woman.

I bet none of these sound like you expect when said in their home countries.

And for Li-po - ask yourself - lithium and polymer aren't proper names so it don't really matter how you say them!
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