How To Say Croissant, Croissants Correctly?
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'Croissant, croissants' *(m) go by the same name in English. The French word means 'crescents', but despite the name, these yeasty, flaky, buttery rolls apparently originated in Budapest. Croissants come in 2 forms:
- pur beurre - pure butter croissants (which contain no other fats or margarines)
- croissants ordinaires - plain croissants which are most certainly made with margarine and or other fats
You pronounce the singular and the plural forms of the word identically in French.
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