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Welcome to this English Pronunciation Lesson where today we will explore the English pronunciation of difficult food names. Stay tuned in this English lesson where Rima will help you improve your pronunciation skills. Let’s get started!

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Word: Raspberry (ras-be-ree)
Meaning: This is a pinkish-red nutritious fruit which is usually found in clusters. It tastes sweet and is juicy in texture. It is usually eaten during summers.

Pronunciation tip: It is important to remember that “P” is silent in Raspberry.

Word: Cocoa (koh-koh)
Meaning: Cocoa beans are the mother and father of chocolate. If we grind these beans to make a hot beverage, it’s called a hot cup of Cocoa.
Pronunciation tip: It is important to remember that “A” is silent in Cocoa.

Word: Bruschetta (Broos-ke-tta)
Meaning: This is a starter of an Italian meal which is small in size and is an appetizer that helps us tsart the meal. This dish is made of up of Bread, Garlic, Cheese and Onions.

Pronunciation tip: It is important to remember that “SCH” in Bruschetta is pronounced as “KE”.

Word: Onions (An-ions)
Meaning: The most commonly used vegetable around the world. It is a staple in many countries and is a necessary ingredient for many dishes. Onions also have the capability to make us cry when we cut them.
Pronunciation tip: It is important to remember that the first “O” is pronounced as “A” in Onions.
Word: Parmesan (Par-me-zan)
Meaning: This is a type of hard and dry cheese which is usually used in a grated form in Italian dishes.
Pronunciation tip: It is important to remember that “s” in Parmesan is pronounced as “z”.

Word: Pasta (Pas-tuh)
Meaning: This is an Italian dish made out of wheat dough into various shapes which is typically boiled in water.
Pronunciation tip: It is important to remember that the final “a” is pronounced as “tuh”.

Word: Quinoa (Kee-nuah)
Meaning: It is a grain type food product for which the seeds are used to make alcoholic drinks.
Pronunciation tip: It is important to remember that the first letter “Q” is pronounced as “K”.

Word: Tortilla (Tor-tia)
Meaning: It is a crispy and thin pan cake made out of maize flour usually eaten with a filling.
Pronunciation tip: It is important to remember that the “ll” in Tortilla is silent and hence the pronunciation.

Word: Almond (Ah-mond)
Meaning: This is an edible dry fruit which is covered in a woody shell and also produces oil. Almond is seed widely eaten round the world.
Pronunciation tip: It is important to remember that “l” is silent in “Almond”.

Word: Salmon (Sa-mon)
Meaning: This is a popular edible fish which is known for it’s pink and red flesh.
Pronunciation tip: Like “l” in Almond, “l” is also silent in Salmon.

Word: Hummus (Hoo-mas)
Meaning: This is a thick paste or spread which originated in the Middle-East. It’s made up of olive oil, garlic, lemon and chickpeas. This is usually added in salads and eaten with bread.
Pronunciation tip: It is important to remember that “Hu” is pronounced as “Hoo”.

Word: Gnocchi (Nyo-kee)
Meaning: This is an Italian dish. It is a dumpling made with potato and flour usually eaten with a variety of sauces.
Pronunciation tip: It is important to remember that “G” is silent in Gnocchi.

Word: Croissants (Kwa-son)
Meaning: This is a French breakfast dish made with flaky sweet yeast dough which looks like a roll after cooking.
Pronunciation tip: It is important to remember that the pronunciation is very different from the spelling.

Word: Star Anise (An-iss)
Meaning: This is a small star shaped dry fruit with one seed in each arm.
Pronunciation tip: It is important to remember that the final “e” in Anise does not have a sound.

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