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Postby kit » Sat Nov 29, 2008 10:51 pm

I think it's a lovely name too, Brianna - so unusual and I love unusual names. Is it pronounced like Brie the cheese with anna at the end, or like Brian with a at the end (if you see what I mean!) Whichever way, I bet you're fed up with people mispronouncing it! One of the drawbacks of having an unusual name of course.
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Postby Brianna » Sun Nov 30, 2008 9:38 pm

It's pronounced like Brie the cheese, (Bree-anna) but spelt Brianna, so alot of people tend to pronounce it Brian-a (as you said last) which can get frustrating after a while! But people always tend to remember it-which is good when teachers like me but bad when they don't! :lol:

I think my name means "strength" in celtic-thats why my mum named me it-but i'm not 100% sure :)

Good luck with the teaching! I'm sure you will be amazing
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