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Preply, an online language tutor platform, sifted through search data and came up with this list of the most Googled marks that are mispronounced.

“An easy-to-pronounce brand is also important. You don’t want a name to be mispronounced because that will only confuse customers,” Preply’s Daniele Saccardi said in a press release.

Check out some of the words below!

Adidas

“Ah-dee-das,” because we know you’re eyeing that tracksuit, but aren’t active enough to warrant it. Why not take it home?

Givenchy

“Szee-vohn-elle”. You may have seen this designer brand in your favorite department store! Now you can impress all your friends with that fancy new word you’ve added to your vocabulary.

Hermes

“Ehr-mez”. This one is for our iPhone fans. Have you ever searched online for a new case for your phone and seen the French leather case for a few hundred dollars? This is Hermès, one of the oldest artisanal leather goods in the world. If you can think of the accessory, they have it.

hyundai

“HYUN-day” unfortunately isn’t the hardest word to say for their car catalog, but that’s a story for another day.

Ikea

“Eee-KEH-Yah”, the home of the famous Swedish meatballs. We would say this store is a guilty pleasure for us, but we don’t feel guilty at all

Nike

“Nai-key,” known for his signature tick, we’re not exactly sure Why it’s pronounced like that.

Nutella

“New-tell-uh”, a delight for children and chocolate lovers. Nuff said.

Peugeot

“Puh-joh”. This French automobile company started in 1810. While it’s unfortunate that people have mispronounced it for the past 200 years, at least we can say so now!

Porsche

“Por-shuh”. The dream car of many dads around the world. Although they are expensive, boy does the engine purr.

Versache

“Ver-sach-eh” is a fashion staple around the world. It might just be a refresher lesson for some.

Now that we know how to say these words, we’re going to eat “new-dis-uh” with a spoon to have fun!

Joseph E. Golightly