|Subject:||Yes, but no "pay"...|
|Author:||Magia (Authenticated as Magia)|
|Date:||May 6, 2005 at 9:09:05 PM|
|Reply to:||There's a salon in the area... by Array|
You see, in Spanish all vowels have "dry" sounds, as opposite to English, where some vowels have a long (or compound) sound or a short (or dry) sound.
So, Agape should be prn. AH - gah-peh. Distress on first syllable. and that "peh" in the end, as in "pester", "pencil", "petal". Unless, of course, you are not searching for the proper Spanish pronunciation.
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