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Zshould be pronounced as dz.
Every syllable must be clearly pronoun­ced: two vowels should not be run into one
English-speaking peoples will find it more necessary to take care of the unac­cented syllables than of the accented ones.
The r in Latin words must be pronoun­ced when it occurs before another conso­nant, e.g. carnis must be distinguished from canis, and martyr from mater.
Double consonants must be made to close the preceding syllable, as well as to open the next, e.g. tol-lis, pec-cata.
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