Letters — 01 February 2013 — by Larry Vernon

Dear Editor,

Very frequently we hear words being mispronounced during professional speaking engagements, by announcers, and by interviewees.

Although professional people try their best to pronounce words and idioms correctly some still become accustomed to pronouncing a word incorrectly, and until someone corrects them the error is perpetuated.

One such word is ‘sovereignty’. This word does not have an extra ‘i’ and should not be pronounced ‘sovereignity’.

Sincerely,
Larry Vernon

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