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Just a small piece of advice: it is really worth learning the international phonetic symbols. They're not difficult at all and make the study of languages so much easier.
Go to that website and click on the sound thing. There are many ways to pronouce the word. The first way is loo-ver. It sounds like groover. The second way is loo-vruh. It kinda sounds like loo-fa.http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/louvre
Anonymous:is there any website where we can actualy hear the correct pronounciation?
Anonymous:Neither. It is pronounced loo-vr. The r is a European rolling r. Many people mistakenly say loov, but that is not correct. The e is silent, but the r isn't.
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