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    Burke

    "Burke" is a surname.how does it pronounced?


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    Re: Burke

    It sounds like "turk".


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    Re: Burke

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    It sounds like "turk".
    But "Burke" has an extra "e" at the end . Does it make any difference?

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    Re: Burke

    No, it doesn't make a difference. The <e> is silent.

    Burke = bir as in bird + k

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