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--Gargoyle MT , 1 July 2007 (UTC) I have reorganized Deschanel's biography, integrating her film and television roles with her singing career.
I feel that this makes for a more linear, readable article, and also makes sense in light of the fact that her film and singing careers have overlapped (she has sung in several films and performed in the musical "Once Upon a Mattress"), and have the potential to overlap even more (e.g., the Janis Joplin biopic--how could that be placed in either "film" or "singing"? Hobbesy3 , 2 December 2007 (UTC) I did an edit on the career section, filling it in a little more and reconstructing some of the sentences.
Ward3001 (talk) , 12 January 2008 (UTC)It's incredible to me that people have so much trouble understanding this: the edit above does not answer the question. Do you grasp the concept of emphasis on a syllable?
Is it DAY-shun-nell, day-shun-NELL, or possibly even day-SHUN-nell? Ward3001 (talk) , 10 April 2008 (UTC) Well, both those options sound virtually identical when actually said out loud, but if it means that much to you perhaps you'd like to look just two sections down where it's already answered. Apparently not, and that's why you thought "Day-shun-nell" would be said by everyone exactly the same way you say it.
I've also noticed that people tend to hear things a little differently even if there is no distracting noise.
I would want to hear her say it specifically in the context of how to pronounce her name, such as "It's pronounced Zooey".
Vala M (talk) , 12 January 2008 (UTC) There are two problems with the above explanation. Vala M (talk) , 12 January 2008 (UTC) Actually that doesn't answer the question about pronunciation of "De-sha-nel".
-- Alucard (Dr.) , 11 January 2007 (UTC) Sorry, this is not a Wikipedia issue, but what are the names of the songs that Mrs. , 25 February 2007 (UTC) Right now, Zooey has seven roles in her "notable roles" infobox, which seems like too many.
Edmunds (Zooey's character in Terabithia) sings with her class in the film? Can someone who has seen more of the films narrow it down?
I heard it as ZOH-ee (also how Letterman said it and how I've heard other stars say it, unfortunately not her).
The distinction between those two sounds is very narrow if it is not spoke very clearly and distinctly.