How are Aaron and Erin said differently? I'm not being snooty I am honestly curious how everyone say them.nbsp;
I say them the same. I'm curious too.
I will fail at typing this out, but let's try!
Erin = air-IN
Aaron = aaahr-RON
There's more "a" sound at the beginning of Aaron and I end with a -ron, not a -rin.
EDIT: Aaron starts like the word arrow while Erin starts like the word air. I say a-RO (where the a is like in apple), not air-RO. Does that make sense? Hmm..