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Toddler is caught on camera having a spot of difficulty with the word 'goldfish'

This hilarious video shows an adorable two-year-old girl repeatedly trying to say 'goldfish' but instead pronouncing it 'gold SH*T'.

Alyssa Azeglio, 26, is seen asking her daughter Alexa Sterchele to say the word in the precious clip.

Alexa Sterchele with her parents

Alexa Sterchele with her parents

But while the toddler manages to repeat the 'gold' part, she simply can't manage the tricky 'fish' bit.

The end result that is it sounds like she's cursing in the cutest way - leaving her mum in fits of giggles.

Alyssa, who happens to be a speech therapist, says Alexa was asking if she could have some Goldfish - not the fish, but a cheese cracker snack.

The mum, of Sicklerville, New Jersey, USA, who captured the moment on Saturday, added: "For the life of her she can't say this word.

"No matter how hard she tries she just can't say it.

"She can say 'gold' but she says 'shhshy' when she means 'fish', so when she puts it together it sounds like 'gold sh*t'.

"I knew I had to get it on video. I kept asking her, 'What do you want?' and she just kept saying it.

"I try not to laugh because I really wanted her to understand that it's not how you say it but it is funny.

"I was in the nail salon and she said it and everyone just cracked up. They think it's the funniest thing.

"Every time she wants a Goldfish that is her pronunciation of it. I will definitely show her the videos when she's older."