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It is taken from the Persian meaning 'Four Gardens' and as such Char comes across like 'chjar' (as in Urdu, Persian, Hindi etc) and 'bagh' like 'bargh', making sure you pronounce the gh from the back of the throat, and not making it silent as some do incorrectly.
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Why do you pronounce our as are?

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How do you pronounce where?

Most English speakers pronounce it the same as "wear" - a fewpartly include the H as in w-hair. Even fewer speakers have any trace of H in what (wutt, watt,or wott).