The letter N at the beginning of any word or syllable is pronounced like the English N, except that it is dental rather than alveolar (see consonant lesson, "place of articulation"). Phonetic symbol: [n].
N after a vowel usually makes that vowel nasal, unless the n is followed by a vowel or another n.
|the letter n|
- Letter combinations: EN | GN | NG
- Introduction to consonants
- Nasal vowels
- French alphabet
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