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Report- These are the hardest words for Canadians to pronounce

Report- These are the hardest words for Canadians to pronounce
Charcuterie board / Catherine Falls Commercial / Moment / Getty Images

This study in the UK showed that some words are easier to pronounce for Canadians to pronounce than others...

Foreign food names are what Canadians most often get wrong, pronouncing them a completely different way than how they're supposed to be said. Here are just a few examples:

Charcuterie

Pronounciation: shaa-koo-tuh-ree

Açai

Pronounciation: ah-sah-ee

Alessandra Taryn Bea / Moment / Getty Images

Source: Alessandra Taryn Bea / Moment / Getty Images

Gnocchi

Pronounciation: naw-kee

Pho

Pronounciation: fuh

Croissant

Pronounciation: kwa-sahn

Crêpe

Pronounciation: kr-ehp

Cris Cantón / Moment / Getty Images

Source: Cris Cantón / Moment / Getty Images

Caprese

Pronounciation: kuh-pray-zay

Bolognese

Pronounciation: boh-loh-nyay-zeh

Quinoa

Pronounciation: keen-wah

Chipotle

Pronounciation: chi-poat-lay

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