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Should You Correct People Who Mispronounce Your Name?

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A Corpus Christi, Texas, man named Luis is exasperated when people insist on pronouncing his name LOO-iss rather than loo-EES, which is the way he prefers and which reflects his Spanish-speaking heritage. He’s well within his rights to correct them. This is part of a complete episode.

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