In this video we would learn the correct pronunciation of the following brand names: Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Moleskine, Yves Saint Laurent, Lacoste, Chevrolet, Porsche, BMW, McDonalds's.
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I have only heard people say "Chevy" in reference to a truck, but then I do not focus a lot on that kind of vehicle. Also this may be a regional tendency. I am not very concerned about brand names, but many people are and I sometimes teach pronunciation so I am wondering about it. And now that I have a GMC I am curious, is this others' experience? Do people often call a Chevrolet car a "Chevy"?
In the Netherlands we have few brands, I hope someone recognizes them:
- Scotch and Soda, which is a clothing brand.
- Viktor and Rolf is also Dutch (which surprised me haha)
- Daily Paper, also a clothing brand
- BALR, clothing too
- WE, another clothing store.
The Netherlands knows many other big brand companies such as Heineken and KLM.
#Fasak.its the famous branded name from India especially from South India which pretty sounds good also
If you want to say anything like "awesome" or "that is enough" you can use the word FASAK.
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