I have a question about the accented syllable in magister, magistra. I believe that this is accented maGISter, maGIStra, according to pronunciation rules. And in Scripture readings in church I also hear the penultima accented, maJISter. But I have noticed that some (fairly inexperienced) Latin teachers accent the first syllable; they use ecclesiastical pronunciation and pronounce this as MAjister, MAjistra. Is accenting the first syllable perhaps an acceptable Anglicized pronunciation? Or is it just wrong?