Most things pronounced ...in' when it should be ...ing
My MIL says cup-accino instead of cappuccino, drives me nuts.
Satay, my mil is positive it is sat-hey, where I use sar-tay.
But I also say o-rag-eno, and it drives my DH bonkers! He is constantly correcting me with o-re-gar-no.
There are some words where the westernised/ anglicised version is the same as the local one, and others where we have an acceptable version of our own!
A bit like karaoke. We say 'ka-ree-oh-kee', but in Japan it's 'kah-rah-oh-kay' (with more of an 'L' sound than 'R' on the 'rah'). But you'd sound kind of silly saying that over here, with no Japanese background...
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