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blike "b" in "bed"clike "k" in "kill" (before "a", "o", and "u"), like "s" in "sun" (before "e" and "i")� like "s" in "sun"dlike "d" in "death"flike "f" in "fun"glike "g" in "go" (before "a", "o", and "u"), like "g" in "sabotage" (before "e" and "i" and at the end of words)husually silentjlike "g" in "sabotage"klike "k" in "kill"llike "l" in "like"mlike "m" in "me"nlike "n" in "nurse" (but see 'Diphthongs' below)plike "p" in "push"q(u)like "k" in "kill" (not like "qu" in "quick")rguttural; kind of like coughing up a hairballslike "s" in "sun"; like "z" in "zero" (between two vowels)tlike "t" in "take"vlike "v" in "value"xlike "x" in "exit"zlike "z" in "zero" Saying letters of the alphabet in French - as an mp3 file French vowel sounds - as an mp3 file Examples of how to pronounce the French letter 'u' probably the hardest challenge for English speakers!HOW TO PRONOUNCE FRENCH DIPHTHONGS (gliding vowels)alike "i" in "fight", like "ay" in "hay" (at the end of a word)aillike "i" in "fight"aislike "ea" in "bread" (at the end of a word)au, eaulike "ow" in "blow"annasal; kind of like "ahng", but without the hard "g" at the endeubetween "ew" in "dew" and "ur" in "burp"; written eu in transcriptions�more or less like "eu", slightly more "open"erlike "ay" in "hay" -- usually found at the end of word/verbezlike "ay" in "hay"en, emnasal; same as "an"innasal; like "ang" in "Tang", but without the hard "g" at the endoilike "wa" in "walk"oinnasal; like "wang", but without the hard "g" at the endoulike "oo" in "food"onnasal; like "ong" in "long", but without the hard "g" at the endouilike "wee" in "week"uilike "wee" in "week", but with the tongue forwardunnasal; like "ung" in "hung", but without the hard "g" at the endchlike "sh" in "bush"gnlike "ny" in "canyon". This is particularly difficult  when followed by oi, as in baignoire (beh-NYWAR) "bathtub"illike "y" in "three years", with some exceptions (ville is veel)lllike "l"phlike "f" in "fun"tchlike "ch" in "chew" (but kind of rare)thlike "t" in "tin"tr"t" followed by a short gargle
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