How do you say Lasagne


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+dave164

How do you say lasagne?

Lasange

or Lasanger

The posh or the normal way

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DannyGlass

You mean la-san-ya or la-san-yer :)

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Zoue

Maybe it's me being american but I say it more like:

lu-zhon-ya

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DannyGlass

My girlfriends going crazy over how to say it so thats why we started this discussion :)

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Max
You mean la-san-ya or la-san-yer :)

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Yup. I had microwave lasagne today for lunch. :) Healthy eating.

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kylejn

La-sahn-ya

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Max
My girlfriends going crazy over how to say it so thats why we started this discussion :)

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How does she say it?

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wak1zashi

The New Yorker Way (or at least how i say it in New York)

La-zanh-ya

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Draconian Guppy
la-san-ya

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:yes: or more a like " la sanh yia "

<Homer> hmmm tasty italian food </homer>

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NightmarE D
yup

luh-zhan-yah

I agree...that's how I say it

When I was a kid I pronounced it from how it looks

luh-sag-nay

LOL

or more a like " la sanh yia "

<Homer> hmmm tasty italian food </homer>

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+Peewee210
la-san-ya

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:yes:

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Colin-uk

i say it la-san-ya too

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JohnnyS
The New Yorker Way (or at least how i say it in New York)

La-zanh-ya

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thats the brazilian way too... ;)

(and i think thats the italian way... here in brazil almost everybody is an italian descendent)

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profets

la-san-ya

although technically 'lasagna' is an italian word, in italian its always used in plural form - "le lasagne" - the plural form of "la lasagna"

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