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Narrator: Meg McMillen
You know, at some point it doesn’t matter how good a performance you do, how much feeling and emotion you put into the reading to give you that verisimilitude, when you pronounce some words so far wrong that it’s either gibberish, or worse, you’re saying a completely different word.
*Hyperbole: pronounced ‘high-PURR-buh-lee’
*The worst was Quadraped (correctly pronounced ‘KWAH-druh-pedd’) which means having four legs and four feet. You said quadrupled, which means multiplied by four, which is a totally unrelated thing.
*I assume that by “varend” you meant “variant”: vare-EEE-ent
You’re an undeniably talented performer, you just need to be diligent when preparing for a chapter. Read ahead, take note of any words you might struggle with, and look them up BEFORE you start recording!
Also: Counting coup is pronounced counting ‘koo’
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