When the letter G is accompanied by vowels “a”, “o” and “u” form syllables that sounds in the following way:
However, when it is accompanied by the letter “e” and “i”, its sound is identical to that of the syllables with “j” unless you have interleaved the letter “u”, in which case it sounds like with “a”, “o” and “u”.
Here are the sounds described in this rule of pronunciation:
And in the case of the J:
Flat syllables with the L and 5 vowels are:
In the case of the letter M, the sounds are as follows:
The letter N produces the following flat syllables:
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