How To Pronounce 'Le Pain Quotidien'?
How Do You Say 'Le Pain Quotidien' Audio
Phonetics For Pronouncing 'Le Pain Quotidien'?
le pain quotidien
lə pa~ koh/tee/dya~
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A Quick Overview Of Le Pain Quotidien
'Le Pain Quotidien' means 'The Daily Bread' in French. It is the name of a boulangerie, pâtisserie and café chain founded in Belgium (French is one of the official languages of Belgium) by Alain Coumont with branches in several countries. Bread is made by artisan bakers with organic stone-ground flour, and pastries are made with organic ingredients.
The name 'Le Pain Quotidien' may be shortened to 'Le Pain', or to the initials 'LPQ'. The website can be found here.
- pain - this link includes pronunciations of the different types of French bread
The name is a little intimidating for English speakers at first, but once you see it broken down, you won't have a problem. I suggest you hover over the colored-letters on the phonetic spelling, and listen to the sound file. Don't worry about your accent so much as getting the phonetic pronunciation correct. The idea is to find a happy medium which doesn't sound forced in your accent. If you practice a couple of times, you will find it's really quite easy