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[iiib], [9iib], [1ia] [1iia], [2ivd], [24vk], [7iiie]

How should such numerals and letters in square brackets be pronounced in English?

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They are not words, so just read each letter or numeral separately.

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I'd translate the Roman numerals to their corresponding everyday Arabic numeral names.

iii — "three"
iv — "four"
v — "five"

If Arabic and Roman numerals are involved I'd say "Roman" before the Roman numerals.

However, there may be a standard way of pronouncing these within one or another field of study, so in that case you need to learn to say them as the people in that field say them — by asking them.

anonymous[iiib], [9iib], [1ia] [1iia], [2ivd], [24vk], [7iiie]

Roman three B, nine Roman two B, one Roman one A, one Roman two A, two Roman four D, twenty-four Roman five K, seven Roman three E.

CJ

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CalifJimIf Arabic and Roman numerals are involved I'd say "Roman" before the Roman numerals.

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