In my country you say 'key' as in 'kay'. So I always spoken 'Keydar' in the right manner apparently.Illwan wrote:Agatha wrote:The letter "K" is pronounced as Key but in some words it is indeed KAY . Like OK - Okay . You write it KAY but you pronounce it KEY .
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Erm, Agi, I think you're a little confused.
In English, when naming the letter K you pronounce it kay.
And you pronounce Okay "Oh-Kay".
"Key" is only said when spelled "key" or "ky" as in "monkey" or "rocky"
Edit: Although "Key" is sometimes pronounced "Kay" as in "Keydar".
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