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A a Pronunciation Hint the sound you make when you are at the doctors office and they ask you to stick out your tongue Example Word astronaute
B b Pronunciation Hint like the English word bay Example Word banane
C c Pronunciation Hint like the English word say Example Word croissant
D d Pronunciation Hint like the English word day Example Word dessert
E e Pronunciation Hint the schwa sound the sound you might make when someone punches you in the stomach Example Word Europe
F f Pronunciation Hint same as English pronunciation Example Word fille
G g Pronunciation Hint like the English word jay but with a soft /j/ sound Example Word girafe
H h Pronunciation Hint like the English word gosh but without the /g/ sound Example Word hélicoptère
I i Pronunciation Hint like the English letter e Example Word igloo
J j Pronunciation Hint like the English letter g but with a soft /j/ sound Example Word judo
K k Pronunciation Hint what a crow might say Example Word kangourou
L l Pronunciation Hint same as English pronunciation Example Word lion
M m Pronunciation Hint same as English pronunciation Example Word microscope
N n Pronunciation Hint same as English pronunciation Example Word Noël
O o Pronunciation Hint same as English pronunciation Example Word orange
P p Pronunciation Hint like the English word pay Example Word parachute
Q q Pronunciation Hint like the English word cue but without the /y/ sound Example Word quiche
R r Pronunciation Hint like the English word air Example Word rose
S s Pronunciation Hint like the English pronunciation Example Word serpent
T t Pronunciation Hint rhymes with the English word day Example Word trompette
U u Pronunciation HintExample Word uniforme
V v Pronunciation Hint rhymes with the English word day Example Word voyage
W w Pronunciation HintExample Word western
X x Pronunciation Hint what you may say when you get scared eeeks Example Word xylophone
Y y Pronunciation Hint eeegrehk Example Word yo-yo
Z z Pronunciation Hint rhymes with the English word red Example Word zèbre
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