How do I pronounce Gilleron-Gorry in French?
I tried translate.google.com pronunciation and found that it gave me different answers when I asked the full "Lenaelle GILLERON-GORRY" and simply "GILLERON-GORRY" separately.
From the former answer, "Gilleron" sounded like gi-ye-rong, but from the latter, it sounded like gi-le-rong. Which one is correct?
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Likely jhee yer on - Gorry. In French, a 'g' followed by an 'i' or an 'e' is soft.
Originally Posted by seabm7
Originally Posted by googooeyes