How is jovial pronounced?

Which pronunciation of either is correct?

Using English phonetics, [ EE-ther ] and [ AHY-ther ] are both correct. As a side note, giving “th” a phonetic Z (or S or F or D) sound is a common mispronunciation that can be corrected with practice.

How do you say the word jubilant?

How is o pronounced in British English?

Why do British say O instead of zero?

It is not only followed in America but also in Britain for a simple reason that it is easier to sayOrather than “zero”. It also flows easily while reciting a number, “O” has a single syllable whereas “zero” has two. Because we are illiterate and don’t know the difference between numbers and letters. O is a letter.

How do you say Ø?