Talk:Echo of Moscow
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Эхо Москвы----------Where do the accents fall on the two words??? Phonetics please!
- That would be 'Эхо Моск'вы. Эхо is pronounced like "echo", but with a somewhat different consonant in the middle, and Москвы is pronounced like Moscow in Russian (help·info) but with a different vowel at the end. I'm not good at IPA stuff, so I let the other editors to add it. Grue 09:57, 20 March 2006 (UTC)
- So, the standardized practice on spelling Russian names of entries should include accented vowels marked by the grave or accute. IPA is optional. Russian pronunciation is fairly easy as soon as accents are marked.
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