Reader's Digest posted a list of a bunch of company names that Americans don't pronounce right. We've already seen a lot of these before, but you might want to double check your pronunciation.

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  • Ikea – We say "eye-key-ah," it's pronounced "ih-key-yah."
  • Adidas – We say "uh-deed-aas," it's pronounced "aah-dee-das."
  • Zagat – We say "za-get," it's pronounced "za-GAT."
  • Nutella – We say "nuh-tell-uh," it's pronounced "new-tell-uh."
  • Porsche – We say "porsh," it's pronounced "por-sha."
  • Fage – We say "fahj," it's pronounced "fah-yay."
  • Hyundai – We say "hi-un-dye," it's pronounced "hun-day."
  • Hoegaarden – We say "ho-gar-den," it's pronounced "who-gar-den."
  • Hermes – We say "her-meez," it's pronounced "air-mez."
  • Givenchy – We say "Gah-vin-chee," it's pronounced "zhee-von-she."
  • Volkswagen – We say "volks wag-en," it's pronounced "vo-ks var-gun."
  • Renault – We say "ren-old," it's pronounced "ren-oh."
  • Sega – We say "say-ga," it's pronounced "see-ga."
  • Louis Vuitton – We say "loo-is vee-ton," it's pronounced "loo-ee we-taahn."
  • Samsung – We say "sam-sung," it's pronounced "sam-song."
  • Bayer – We say "bay-er," it's pronounced "buy-er."
  • Saucony – We say "sow-cone-ee," it's pronounced "SOCK-a-nee."

Read more at Reader's Digest.