Tutorial Transcript

Hey, watchers! And welcome back to top words. This week will be about Top 10 Hardest Words to Pronounce. So what’s hard to pronounce in French? Heureux. Happy. Heureux. Is it so hard to pronounce? Maybe for English speakers because the eu sound is really peculiar to the French language, heureux, heureux. Because I am happy, par ce que je suis heureux. You make me happy. Tu me rend heureux. Huile d'olive. Olive oil. Really? Huile d'olive. Yeah, it’s full of ui ui….You try it, huile d'olive. It’s a oily sound, huile. I like olive oil. J’aime l’huile d'olive. Pasta with olive oil, des pâtes à l'huile d'olive, this is delicious. Je. I. I, je, it also has a same sound for game, des jeux, jeux vidéos, video games. It’s the e sound again, try it, e. Je vais à la mer. I am going to beach. Je voudrais sortir. I would like to go out Je voudrais sortir. It’s again full of ou. It sounds like the French language. It’s made only of vowels. Je voudrais sortir. I would like to go out tonight. Je voudrais sortir ce soir. and party. Livre. Book. Oh, I see, because for English speaking people, the R sound is also quite difficult to pronounce in French livre because it’s going to be rrrr, like a motor, rrrr. J’aime lire des livres. I like reading books. That must be a complicated sentence to say for you guys. Mémoire. Memory. Mémoire. Je n’ai pas de mémoire. I get no memory. 3 second memory, 3 secondes de mémoire. Merci. Thank you. Merci. Yes, e and r sound again, merci, don’t forget to roll the R a little bit rrr, merci. Merci beaucoup. Thank you very much. Je vous remercie. I thank you, kind sir or kind lady, madam. Mercredi. Wednesday. Mercredi. Have fun trying to pronounce this one, mercredi. Je fais du sport le mercredi. I do sports on Wednesday, not true. Quincaillerie. Hardware store. Quincaillerie. Acheter un marteau à la quincaillerie. To buy a hammer at the hardware store. Très bien. Very good. Très bien. This also must be complicated, très bien, try to roll the R sound again, très bien. You did really good. Tu as très bien fait. If you can pronounce this one, it’s très bien. If you can pronounce this one, it’s very good. And it’s the end. So try to try and pronounce these word and pay a particular attention to the E sound and R, like rrrr, and we will see you next time for more words. Don’t forget to subscribe and check the website. See you next time, à bientôt!