Elvish, as in any language, can be pronounced a number of ways depending on the region of the speaker.
High Elvish PronunciationEdit
High Elvish Pronunciation is universaly accepted as the correct pronunciation. It shares most of its pronounciation with the Common Tongue or Gratharian.
And 'H' which precedes a consonant (as in Flahmen) or succedes a consonant (as in Bhe) is breathy.
A 'ch' in Elvish (as in Charuk) is pronounced 'tch' (as in Patch)
'Ae' in Elvish (as in Aelas) is pronounced 'ai' (as in eye)
'gz' in Elvish (as in gzanal) is pronounced 'ts' (as in pizza)
Dialect differences from High ElvishEdit
Certain Ulurian Tribes pronounce 'Ae' (as in Aelas) as 'e' (as in men)