Starts with a H, clearly. Why would you start it with an E unles you are some stuck up southner? It's daft. And thick. And Snobby. Plus it makes no sense. Fool
I was under the illusion that 'haitch' was Irish. It's something of an Irish Catholic shibboleth in my part of Scotland.
Come on Heychers - stand up && be counted!
Vote now, lest ye be forgotten to the dust and ashes of eternity.
I'm proud of my English. I like everything to be correct. As far as my experience goes, the ones who say 'Haitch' are also the ones who don't know how to use apostrophes and can't spell.
When we were at Primary school, we used to get really annoyed when new people came and said 'Haitch'.
with 'An' before it.
'An aitch'. None of this 'A Haitch'. It sounds horrible and even if it sounded okay, it's incorrect. People should speak properly.
I have a friends who goes on about "I'm arksing", or "go and arks". It took me a good couple of weeks before I realised that she was actually saying "ask" or "asking". She physically can't say "ask", so I guess I sorta understand where all the "Haitch" people are coming from.
Errrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr i pronounce it 'H'.
Seriously, theres no other way you can, unless you cant speak english properly.
Seriously SOME PEOPLE