Pronounce brand names correctly (American way!), part 1 - https://goo.gl/EUoGY2
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(the closest outlet is Bicester Village)
New York - St.Giles New York - https://goo.gl/S3S3LP (the closest outlet is The Mills (they have Victoria's Secret there)
Los Angeles - Kings Los Angeles - https://goo.gl/PK2yUE (the closest outlet is Camarillo Premium Outlets)
Brand names in the video:
9.Zadig and Voltaire
17.Abercrombie & Fitch
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I liked the video it is quite useful, but please I found that the girl who works at Levi’s is so adorable in a way I would like you to please help me to get her any social account ;( . Thanks for your efforts endlessly. You are authentic :) peace 😍✌🏻😊😀
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plz explain again what is the meaning of this sentences
# it's not worth it
# you better go there / going
# here we go / there we go
i didn't get it plz
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I'm pretty sure bcbg was inspired from the french bon chic bon genre hence the first letters should be pronounced as the frenc b c b and g. But that could be just me :D I've been always pronouncing those like that.
Americans pronounce it that way because they Anglicize the vowels and overall pronunciation the words. Other speakers of other languages do this all the time. The French do this a lot. They especially make German last names sound French. Though they pronounce all names the French way, just about. Listen to how they pronounce Catherine de' Medici. It's just a natural human behavior. I write all this as an American. Hope this clears things up.
All speakers of languages do this. Ever hear the French pronounce German last names? Like Dominique Straus-Kahn as Strosse-Kahn because the AU in French has an O sound. It's just a human phenomenon. Yes, I'm American myself but I've studied foreign languages enough to know that not just Americans or native English speakers do this. I once heard the 90's pop singer Dido say the word Taco as Tack-O. I couldn't believe it. It's a Mexican Spanish word and no American ever pronounces it that way. Ok, maybe you can see that American's pronunciation of foreign words doesn't really have much to do with any cultural chauvism or arrogance. All the Best from California!
Levi's- основтеля звали Лэви Штраусс. Его же не звали Ливай. Если, к примеру, основоположника пицерии звали Тонии, то заглавие будет Тонни'с пицца, а не Тоннай'с пицца. Так в чем тогда разность меж Лэви и Тонни?)
As a french girl I must say that the girl in Clarins' shop pronounced it so bad to me 😬
For Zadig& Voltaire try saying Zadig ET Voltaire (btw Et soundq like the E in Elisabeth)
You pronounce l'Occitane so well the people who work there tell you something wrong (at least to my hear)
In France we have abercrombie and Hollister but I don't know about Coach
I only tell my personnal opinion on French brands unfortunately there's audio note yet in Youtube comments section
Sorry if there are huge orthograph or grammary mistakes in this comment
Il n'y a pas de quoi et merci beaucoup. C'est ete un grand plaisir de faire votre connaissance. Adieu. I know there are supposed to be accents over the ete, but I don't know how write them with my computer. S'il vous plait, Perdonnez-moi. Oh, and since you have British roots Cheers!
Damien Mitchell haha! 😂 I have british roots and I can relate to the nasal sound in french (don't ask it involved a cold, my cousin's nose and my plate of noodles)
But I like to hear all of the accent (in french or english) for example a friend of mine who is Polish sounds english when she speak in french and russian/ polish when she speaks in English 😂 it's so cute!
Thank you and. Have a nice day
I'm American but I've studied a lot of French and I agree with you. However, Americans will always say "and" unless the Et is written out for them. When it's just the & symbol Americans will always say and. Phonetically in English Clarins would be pronounced Clahrehhnce, with a strong nasal sound at the end if said the French way. However, Americans aren't used to making nasal sounds the French way. Most Americans don't study French. Most Americans have a choice in High School of taking two years of foreign languages between French, Spanish, and German. Some schools in the last 20 years or so have offered Mandarin Chinese or Russian. A few maybe Japanese or Italian but you usually have to go to college or university for that. Ok, hope this helps you understand us Americans a little better. Au revoir! (I'd write more in French but I don't know how to make the proper accents on my computer. Tant pis!)
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