[JPL] Pronunciation Help, Please

Thomas M "Biz" Bisard mrbiz at torchlake.com
Wed Mar 16 16:24:42 EST 2005

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Hello All,

I'm hoping for help from the Portuguese speakers out there. I just received 
the disc of a 1976 Bola Sete concert  "Live at Grace Cathedral" and am not 
sure of his last name. My station manager thinks he heard a Portuguese 
speaker pronounce it <set> (as in set the table for me, please) when he saw 
him live 20 years ago. My high school Spanish makes me want to pronounce it 
<SAY tay>. The NEJRC guide is of no help as he's not listed. BTW....I 
assume the first name is pronounced <BOH luh.> So I guess what I'm really 
asking is how does one pronounce "seven" in Portuguese?

Thanks in Advance,

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