How do the greeks pronounce gyro

Posted on 26.08.2018 by Shakanos - 0 Comments

While we're on the subject, “gyros” is the singular. You would say “I would like a gyros” (YEE-ros). In actual Greek, you'd use the accusative. There does not seem to be a consensus on the pronunciation of "gyros" or "gyro" in American English. Like most imported words, the "correct" pronunciation. And yes, there's a right way to say it. How Do You Pronounce 'Gyro?' Gyros are thought to have originated in Greece as a food descendent.

How do you pronounce gyro? The sandwich gyro was borrowed into English from Modern Greek in the s and English speakers have given it an. If one gyro isn't enough, then you would say that you want a couple of gyri, the real way to pronounce gyro, but call it "the-Greek-pita-bread-wrap" if you like. How do you -- or people where you live -- pronounce "gyro?" You know, the Greek sandwich thing. I imagine that, in Greece, it's pronounced.

According to my friend, whose first language is Greek, it is pronounced "Geeerow " with a hard "G" and it can be pronounced with a silent "G" as. How to pronounce gyro. How to say gyro. Listen to the audio pronunciation in the Cambridge English Dictionary. Learn more.

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