Thank you for answering. There have been a lot of problems with the TTS system in the Arabic course pronouncing words incorrectly, especially names. Since I wrote this, they have corrected a lot of pronunciation problems and gotten rid of case endings in a lot of sentences.
It is دوو. For the complete sound, highly possible it will be: دُوْوٌ "duuw(un)", based on the principle of a foreign name with three letters and 2as-sukuun in its middle.
So, it is "duuw".
Nb: We are not totally sure (ie. "highly possible") because they create a new word within a new hybrid grammar :))
It doesn't. The first tiny letter above د /daal is "ُ /damma". It makes the short "u" sound. The next big letter is و /waaw it makes the "w" sound. The second و is used in Arabic as the long vowel sound "uu", just like ي /yaa is used as the consonant "y" and the long vowel "ii". So, phonetically we have "duwuu" for Duo's name since Arabic does not have the "o/oh" sound and uses "uu" to represent it. The computerized TTS system is reading the Arabic letters incorrectly, which happens a lot here, and is incorrectly pronouncing the name "duu" instead of "duwoh". I hope this helps.
Ça prend la tronche ces nouvelles voix avec un son dégueulasse et un accent final totalement aléatoire !!! Remettez l'ancienne voix sur tout les exercices svp, le son était parfait l'articulation précise et aucun accent aléatoire.... Les dernières maj font régresser la qualité !!
His lips whisper saccharine sweet-nothings in my ear, but those eyes...they betray him. I see glimpses of my dead family in his eyes. Glimpses of a life I lost. But I know I will become another memory, another flash, in his eye if I object. So I smile, and say, "Duo is generous and fun."