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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.