I knew Carlisle and Rosalie and I only got Sibohan right because it's my friend's mum's name.
My friend pronounces Rosalie as Roz-a-lee
I say Esme like Es-mee but Renesmee like Bella says in Breaking Dawn (Ruh-nez-may) I know the end of Renesmee should be the same as Esme but I just pronounce them differently!
At fist I pronounced Quileute like Quil-ette but then I saw on Stephenie's Website that it was Quil-yoot but I had to conciously say that in my head for a while.
I know someone called Jacob (but pronounces Yak-ob) so at the begining it was hard to pronounce that right for me
I've always pronounced Aro like Arrow - I'm english and I don't pronounce the a like the a in father...
I pronounce Nahuel like Na-u-ell and Kachiri like Ka-chi-ri
I don't know how to pronounce Huilen but in my head it's like Hu-e-len - I know it's totally wrong but oh well...
I live in the UK and I did know Alistair but I just wanted to point out that I have never met nor heard of anyone called Hermione (apart from in Harry Potter of course lol)... It's not common at all, it's a really unusual name!soozabooza54 wrote:Nope, we don't have Alistairs here. Or it's not as common here as it is in the UK. Like Hermione.