29 Feb 2008 @ 5:43 PM 

I bet you found at your grocery store this pizza brand: “Di Giorno”. Although this is an American brand, they decided to use an Italian name for marketing sake. Italian names sell very well, even if they represent a product never heard of it in Italy. Of course both TV commercial and people mispronounce it, so I uploaded 2 very small audio files. If you click on “more…” you may listen to these 2 audio files.

Click on the following icon for the wrong pronunciation

Wrong pronunciation

Click on the following icon for the correct pronunciation

Correct pronunciation

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