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Pronounce it "P. Henry," if pronounce it you must. I'm a senior technical writer from the United States.


Jan
27
reviewed Reopen Word or phrase for one who tries to benefit from everything someone else does
Jan
27
reviewed Reopen Meaning of “Back on their heels”
Jan
12
awarded  Yearling
Dec
19
reviewed No Action Needed What's the corresponding term for the mouth?
Dec
19
reviewed Leave Closed Is “commonliness” a valid word?
Dec
17
reviewed Approve A word for “intimate friends” without any kind of romance?
Dec
16
reviewed No Action Needed Why is it “grand theft auto”?
Dec
16
answered Is “a row of” plural or singular?
Dec
16
reviewed No Action Needed Completing something just to finish it despite lack of interest - is called …?
Dec
16
reviewed Close Proper Usage of gerund form of the verb
Dec
16
reviewed Leave Open Comma before adverbials
Dec
16
reviewed Leave Open In favor for and In favor with
Dec
16
reviewed Close “any product group” or “any product groups”?
Dec
16
reviewed Close Origin of “Make someday today”
Dec
16
reviewed Reviewed Pronunciation of 'aunt' in the US
Dec
16
comment Pronunciation of 'aunt' in the US
Not everyone knows IPA, and not everyone who knows IPA knows how to type IPA. Ant is pronounced nearly the same everywhere (the distinction between a and æ being fairly trivial) and "'on't" ought to be clear enough for anyone to grok.
Dec
16
reviewed Looks OK What does “God sends meat and devil sends cooks” mean?
Dec
16
reviewed Approve Completing something just to finish it despite lack of interest - is called …?
Dec
16
comment Person whose recorded voice announces upcoming content on radio
Note that continuity announcer is British English. Very few people in the US would have any idea what a continuity announcer is (we would probably just say radio announcer).
Dec
16
reviewed Close Are there any other Narcissus-like characters