How To Say Champignon, Champignons Correctly?
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'Champignons' *(m) is French for 'mushrooms'. The singular (champignon) and the plural are pronounced identically in French. English speakers tend to get this word half-right, and it comes out 'shahm/pee/oh~' - sounds a bit like 'champion' in French instead of 'mushrooms'. You will avoid this by paying attention to the 'gn' - hover over the colored letters for detailed phonetic explanations.
- Sauce aux Champignons - mushroom sauce
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