|How Do You Say "hors d’oeuvres"?||
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|What is "hors d’oeuvres"?||
‘Hors d’oeuvres’ have the same name in English. They are served before the main-course. The name means ‘outside of the main works’ – because they are followed by a main meal. Don’t say the ‘h’ in ‘hors d’oeuvres’- you don’t want it to come out, as I have often heard English speakers say: ‘whore’s doo/vreez’. It’s not a word that is pronounced correctly instinctively by English speakers – you have to learn it.
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