A Quick Overview Of How To Say Liaison
If you are speaking of French cuisine, then a 'liaison' is not a liaison in the sense of an 'affair'. Here 'liaison' refers to something that acts as a thickening, or binding agent in soups, stocks and sauces.
The main liaisons are:
In French grammar, a liaison is rule whereby a normally silent consonant at the end of a word is pronounced at the beginning of the word that follows it. An example is 'je vous en prie'. Click on the link to hear it pronounced.