How do you pronounce the french word venin?
In french, if the last letter of the word is a consonant it is only pronounced if it is in the word Careful. From that we know the -n on the end of the word will be silent. In french the letter 'e' is generally pronounced as a soft 'uh' sound. So the word would be pronounced vuh-n-o with the 'uh' and the 'o' being very soft.
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Normally p'tee, scornfully puh-tee
It is pronounced (frawn-SAY) -- low emphasis on the N. (language, adjective) franÃ§ais, franÃ§aise (people) FranÃ§ais, FranÃ§aise
Merci pour le venin in French literally means "Thank you forthe venom" in English so it may be a bad translation for "Thank youfor coming" ( Merci d'Ãªtre venu ).
mare - see
The word is mois , pronounced "mwah" which is very much like moi (me).
The word 'recycler' is pronounced as "ruh-see-klee" or "reh-see-klee."
The pronounciation is close to the English deficiency, but the final "e" is unvoiced. "DAY-fee-shawnce"
the French word 'ours' (a bear) is pronounced 'oor-ss'
'ch' in French is pronounced like 'sh' in English. 'chaque' sounds like the beginning of 'Shakira'
j'ai is pronounced like the letter 'J' in English - the JH or ZH consonant does not exist in English. A similar sound is the G in Georges .
No such word. If you mean aujourdhui (meaning today) it is oh zhaw dwee .
tous is pronounced 'too-ss'
The word is "cheval" (shih-VAHL), similar to chivalry .
This is actually an easy pronunciation question to answer. (That's not always the case for french words! lol) This is pronounced bo (long o, as in coke) and besh, (short e a…s in mesh). bo-besh.
There is no French word in this spelling or pronounciation. Please provide a better transcript or more context.