“Pronunciation is not my
… but I feel that I’ve heard that the correct pronunciation is
“Confusing people is my [fort]”
Summary: The confusion may come from ‘forte’ as used in music for strong or loud, which is definitely pronounced ‘for tay’ = /ˈfɔr teɪ/. In French, the same letters are pronounced ‘fort’ = /fɔrt/. But those languages are not English, and English has its own rules, inspired by the originals but with no compunction to remain faithful, at least here with the French borrowing.