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  1. ja10e
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    either(long e) or (long i) ?

    which pronunciation is correct ?

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    Re: either(long e) or (long i) ?

    They are both correct. It is a matter of preference. Although both pronunciations are listed, Chambers Dictionary (British publisher) listslong i either first; Merriam-Webster's (US publisher) lists long e either first.


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