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No matter where you travel, there will always be signs for places that you pass that are hard to pronounce. It doesn't matter if it is a town, city, lake, river, or mountain, someone that is either driving through, visiting, or new will mispronounce the name.

I know that even I have fallen victim to mispronouncing a place. I sometimes see some names of towns that are about 13 letters in length and have no idea how to pronounce them. I know that many places are not just letters thrown together so that the location has a name, but man, some of them make it difficult to even sound out.

Places in New England are no exception. My partner just moved to Maine from Florida, and I am not going to lie, it was amusing to hear him try to pronounce some cities on the drive up North (granted I still struggle with correctly pronouncing "Kissimmee" after living in Florida for two years). You see it all over, people trying to correctly say a location's name, and sometimes we correct them, other times we either get annoyed or just laugh.

New Englanders know how to correctly pronounce the places close to them. There are a lot of videos out (especially on Tik Tok) on how to pronounce places in New England. Some of the attempts to pronounce are just cringeworthy.

I asked New Englanders to tell me some of the most common places in New England that they hear get mispronounced. The results are in.

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