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Quod gratis asseritur, gratis negatur.

Quod is pronounced "kwode",
A as in father, always
T as in met, always

Am I correct?

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"ti" combinations before a vowel alter somewhat.

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It starts drifting towards a "sh" sound. Or maybe a "ts" sound.

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Obi-Wan Kenobi wrote:
It starts drifting towards a "sh" sound. Or maybe a "ts" sound.

ts is would be better than sh

natio, for example would be "nas-tsee-oh"

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Is it sts? Why the s after na?

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When the letter T is followed by i and another vowel and not preceded by S, T or X, then it is pronounced, "ts."

Examples:
Gratis = grah - tis (T is only followed by an I)
Gratia = grah - tsi - ah (T is followed by I and A)
hostia = ohs - ti - ah (T retains its usual sound even though it is followed by I and A because it is preceded by S)


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Jack3 wrote:
Is it sts? Why the s after na?

typo

should have been nah-tsee-oh

Pelagius is right about the rule

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