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Food From gouda and ceviche to haggis: The foods most likely to be pronounced incorrectly - and you might be surprised

07:39  25 june  2018
07:39  25 june  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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From gouda and ceviche to haggis : The foods most likely to be pronounced incorrectly - and you might be surprised . Dining out is a pleasure but not when the menu has complicated food names.

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a close up of a plate of food: Italian risotto balls, arancini, (pictured) are among some of the foods many people commonly mispronounce© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Italian risotto balls, arancini, (pictured) are among some of the foods many people commonly mispronounce

With so many unique international cuisines now available, it's no surprise that diners often mispronounce the meals on the menu.

So, to help make life a little easier and prevent any awkward encounters, Babbel, a language-learning app, has revealed how to say some of the commonly mispronounced foods.

From French delicacy andouilette to traditional Scottish dish haggis, FEMAIL takes a look at some of the foods we're all saying incorrectly - and how to get them right.

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Andouilette

Heading off the top of the list is French delicacy andouilette.

The food is a type of sausage - one that's made from pig intestine that's been squeezed into a casing and fried.

The pronunciation of the dish is 'ahn-doo-yet' - the 'l' is silent and the 't' is stressed.

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Andouilette, (pictured) for the uninitiated is a type of sausage, and it's pronounced 'ahn-doo-yet'© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Andouilette, (pictured) for the uninitiated is a type of sausage, and it's pronounced 'ahn-doo-yet'

Finanziera

While many Italian dishes aren't too difficult to pronounce, there are a few that can prove problematic.

One of them is finanziera - a hearty farmer's stew - seems relatively simple to say on first glance but don't be fooled.

It's said 'fi-nan-tsier-a' - the 'z' becomes a 'c' sound and there's an emphasis on the 'a' at the end.

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Other common mispronounciations include gouda (which is said 'how-da' like the Dutch) and the Italian risotto balls, arancini, which is pronounced: 'a-ruhn-see-ni'.

Another surprising word that we're all saying completely wrong is ceviche, the classic raw fish dish.

Instead of 'suh-vee-chay,' it's said: 'she-bee-tche'.

Adding to the list of exotic foods and dishes that are often said wrongly are Vietnamese noodle soup Pho - it is actually pronounced 'fuh' and French broth bouillon - which is said 'Bo-Yon'.

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Casu Marzu

Another Italian food that comes with a tricky name to pronounce is is casu marzu.

Casu marzu is a cheese made from sheep's milk and filled with live maggots.

While it may not be everyone's cup of tea, those wishing to try the Sardinian specialty should pronounce it 'ka-sou mar-tsou'.

a pile of food: Casu marzu (pictured) is a cheese made from sheep's milk and filled with live maggots. Its correct pronunciation is 'ka-sou mar-tsou'© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Casu marzu (pictured) is a cheese made from sheep's milk and filled with live maggots. Its correct pronunciation is 'ka-sou mar-tsou'

Blodplättar

Should you ever find yourself travelling to Finland, there's a particular dish you may want to try.

Blodplättar - a pancake made from pig or reindeer blood and molasses - is pronounced 'blued-plettar'.

a table topped with plates of food on a plate: Blodplättar (pictured) - is pronounced almost as looks, however, for those wanting to get it spot on it's said 'blued-plettar'© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Blodplättar (pictured) - is pronounced almost as looks, however, for those wanting to get it spot on it's said 'blued-plettar'

Smalahove

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Another dish from the Scandinavian Isles you may wish to indulge in is smalahove - a Christmas delicacy hailing from Norway.

This dish is pronounced 'small-a-ho-vey'.

a bowl of food: Haggis (pictured) - a type of savory pudding that hail from Scotland - is pronounced 'hag-gis'© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Haggis (pictured) - a type of savory pudding that hail from Scotland - is pronounced 'hag-gis'

Haggis

Hailing from Scotland, this traditional dish - one that's a type of savoury pudding made from sheep offal, onions and spices - appears fairly simple to pronounce.

But, to be clear, its official pronunciation is 'hag-gis'.

Mlíčí

Mlíčí - a dish from the Czech Republic - is commonly mispronounced by diners.

The correct pronunciation is 'mli-chee'.

a bowl of food on a plate: Mlíčí (pictured) - a dish from the Czech Republic - is pronounced 'mli-chee'© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Mlíčí (pictured) - a dish from the Czech Republic - is pronounced 'mli-chee'

Prosciutto

a close up of food on a plate: Prosciutto (pictured) is another word that is commonly mispronounced. Its correct pronunciation is 'pro-shoe-toe'© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Prosciutto (pictured) is another word that is commonly mispronounced. Its correct pronunciation is 'pro-shoe-toe'

Prosciutto - the cured ham that's often served as a starter or pizza topping - is another word that is commonly mispronounced.

A guide by Sousvide Tools reveals that the 'c' in the world is silent and it's pronounced pro-shoe-toe.

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