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Lesson 28 and Lesson 29

Lesson 28 - A letter with a comma sign above it is left out in pronunciation when it is followed by a letter with a "W" sign above it.  (The "W" is stronger than the comma)

Lesson 29 - The sound of "N" is pronounced nasal when joined to the letters "W" or "Y" with a small "W" sign above them.

Please repeat after the reader using the audio below.