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I know when it comes to names, it's pronounced "he" in "何", but my question is what about the regular:

我和你

I think it should be "han" in "漢", but some people say "he", so my question is what is the correct way to pronounce.

  • You'll hear hàn in Taiwan, but hé virtually everywhere else. – erip Dec 30 '19 at 13:45
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"han" is the informal pronunciation of 和 in Taiwan. In mainland China nobody pronunces it as "han"

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I only heard some folks from Taipei have said 我han4你 to mean 我和(he2)你.

In standard mandarin, 和 is pronounced as he2.

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