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Pronuncination
Final Consonant: Most of the time, do not pronounce final d, s, t or x in French words
un rebond (a bounce)
français (French)
un saut (a jump)
heureux (happy)
[on]
une maison: a house
un garçon: a boy
*comprendre: to understand
*un combat:a fight
*"on" before "p" or "b" is written "om"
[ou]
Pronouce "ou" like "oo".
la tour Eiffel: the Eiffel tower
mourir: to die
un mouvement: a movement
vous: you
[oi]
우아
une fois: once
un toit: a roof
un poisson: a fish
croire: to believe
[oin]
oan
moins: minus (-)
un point: a point
loin: far away
un soin: a care
[ai]
에이
une maison: a house
un balai: a broom
une caisse: a cash register
une naissance: a birth
[en]
Note that "en" and "an" are pronounced the same way
encore: again
comprendre: to understand
les parents: the parents
un enfant: a child
un croissant: a croissant (French speciality)
le gagnant: the winner
note (*) that "en" before "p" or "b" is written "em".
*un camembert: a camembert (=a French cheese)
note (**) that "an" before "p" or "b" is written "am".
**un tambour: a drum
[eu]
l'heure: the time
la peur: the fear
une fleur: a flower
un auto-stoppeur: a hitchhiker
The past participle of the verb avoir (to have) is written eu and is prononced like the letter U
[in] 앙
Note that "in", "ain" and "ein" are pronounced the same way
un magasin: a shop
Tintin: Tintin (comics hero)
malin: clever
un pain: a bread
un copain: a friend
un train: a train
demain: tomorrow
la peinture: the paint
la ceinture: the belt
un frein: a brake
plein: full
*un timbre: a stamp
note (*) that "in" before "p" or "b" is written "im" 암
[é] 에
Note that "-er" at the end of a word is pronounced the same way as "é". Many French verbs in the infinitive end with -er
l'éducation: education
révéler: to reveal
Hervé Foucher: my name!
aimer: to love
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