To be fair to May, the only thing my stepdad can say in French is "Voulez vous vérifier l'huile, s'il vous plait?" ("Would you check the oil, please?")
BiRDiE (10 months ago)
Its pronounced "Dupel Cup Plungs Ket Tree Ber"
James Monson (11 months ago)
Just an American with high-school-level German education, but I think it's pronounced "doppel" (as in the first half of doppelganger), "koo-ploongs-geh-tree-ba" or something close to that. But in German you always want to rush through your vowels a bit, and the "r" in "triebe" should sound somewhat like an L as well? Which I don't really know how to explain in text.
Ah, fuck it, if anyone cared they'd ask Google Translate.
Cassla (5 months ago)
"R" never is a "L" in german, that would be japanese