"Just 15 seconds away from officially being born, baby Nevaeh reached up and grabbed the doctor's finger."You will run into different opinions about that. Some would pronounce the 's as another syllable -ez; others will not and pronounce it the same as Charles.
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After listening to this video, I think that the second common rule (Charles) has been used. Am I right?
OD, your practice of providing single quotes from other threads, with no further context, is not really helpful. It's a little frustrating having to follow a link to another thread, and possibly read the whole thread, just to find out the point of your question.If your question is relevant to that other thread, ask it there.
Thank you all. I asked about the sound of 's right here. Is it (s) or (-ez)?