But that's because they're speaking French. In French you say it
"Etats-Unis" just as in English, one prounces the capital of their
country "Pair-iss" instead of "Pair-EE."
The point still stands: People get to call their own names/cities/etc.
whatever they want in their own language.
Don't be silly. I lived in Seattle for two years and every single
person I met prounced it Mount Rain-eer. Not to mention Rain-eer ale,
generally known as "green death" because of the funny green bottles it
came in. Rain-eer is how everyone says it.
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