How To Pronounce ‘PETA’ (as in People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals)

PETA likes this sort of protest

PETA likes this sort of protest

The people at PETA pronounce the name of their organisation in a different way to what one might expect, in my opinion. I have been mispronouncing it for years! Well there it is and now I know. How did I find out? PETA now have a regular podcast and the introduction includes pronouncing the acronym: PETA.

Please play this short audio file for the correct way to say PETA.



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How To Pronounce ‘PETA’ (as in People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) — 2 Comments

  1. I say ‘petta’ like you. ‘peter’ seems just the wrong pronunciation.

    I ad a childhood friend named ‘Peta’, her parents called her ‘Peter’ which she understandably hated as it is usually a male name. She liked to be called ‘Petta’ (Peta)

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