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The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, in the dictionary's 2014 Usage Ballot, addressed the topic of the pronunciations of Iran and Iraq.According to this study, the pronunciations "ih-RAHN" and "ih-RANN" were almost equally acceptable, while "ih-RAHN" was preferred by most panelists participating in the ballot.
One day, while he was shooting in Tehran, a young man and two young women—all students—approached Zuder and invited him for a drive around the city. The first time, Zuder was accused of giving the women cigarettes, and was asked to leave the car and to stop taking pictures.
Press TV is a 24-hour English language news organization of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB). The broadcaster carries news analysis, documentary talk shows with focus on West Asia, Central Asia, and the Middle East.
On a four-week trip, Zuder found that Iranians were happy to welcome him into a world that exists outside the strict rules that govern public life.
As The New York Times explained at the time, "At the suggestion of the Persian Legation in Berlin, the Tehran government, on the Persian New Year, Nowruz, March 21, 1935, substituted Iran for Persia as the official name of the country." Opposition to the name change led to the reversal of the decision, and Professor Ehsan Yarshater, editor of Encyclopædia Iranica, propagated a move to use Persia and Iran interchangeably.
the correct pronunciation of Iran is "ee-RON", while "EYE-ran" is listed as the incorrect pronunciation.
The second time, after being stopped in a public park, “The students argued with the police officer,” Zuder says.
Jan 19, 2014; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman (25) celebrates after defeating the San Francisco 49ers in the 2013 NFC Championship football game at Century Link Field."of the Iranians"), As the most extensive interactions the Ancient Greeks had with any outsider was with the Persians, the term persisted, even long after the Persian rule in Greece.In 1935, Reza Shah requested the international community to refer to the country by its native name, Iran.With regard to the "eye-RANN" pronunciation, however, more than 70% of the panelists deemed it unacceptable.Among the reasons given by those panelists were that "eye-RANN" has "hawkish connotations" and sounds "angrier", "xenophobic", "ignorant", and "not...cosmopolitan".Following a coup instigated by the United Kingdom and the United States in 1953, Iran gradually became closely aligned with the West, and grew increasingly autocratic.