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1. What is the name of the letter "z" pronounced like in British English? It's called "zee" in America, but I've heard that it's called "zed" elsewhere? Can someone prove this?

2. How do you post sound files here? An example is posted by "Mike in Japan" here: http://www.EnglishForward.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=19280 . If I can figure out how to post sound files, I might just make some examples for people so they can get a better pronunciation.
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My Korean and Japanese students pronounce "z" as /zet/. Of course, after I got through with them, they were able to pronounce it perfectly. Emotion: smile

As for your second question, the answer might be in the "Help" section. I tried looking for a post on it but failed. You might have better luck than me. Instead, this is what I found:

http://www.EnglishForward.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=23
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Yes, in British English, z is 'zed'.