Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
Naturally, you're right. But you'll have as much hope of getting English people to say it that way as you would have getting them not to pronounce the 'i' in names like Giovanni and Giuseppe.
Looking up in the English dictionary, I found the "ch ah u" writing. So we can say that there are two ways to pronounce it: the Italian one (where the words comes from) and the American one, even though the two pronunciation are very very close to each other (you may not notice it).