The nasal A is represented by the IPA symbol [ɑ̃] and is pronounced [ah(n)].
Some French consonants have two different pronunciations due to a pronunciation feature called assimilation.
The letter combination au is pronounced like a closed o, as in rose.
The letter B is pronounced similarly in French and English, except that it's not aspirated in French.
The letter C has two pronunciations: hard and soft.
The little hook added under the letter c in French is a diacritical mark known as a cedilla, une cédille: ç. The letter c with the hook is called c cédille.
The letter combination ch has three possible pronunciations in French.
The circumflex, aka "little hat," is the only French accent that may be found on any of the five vowels. In any given word, the circumflex may serve one or more purposes.
Consonants are sounds created by blocking or hindering the passage of air through the mouth in some way.
More than half of French consonants are very similar to their English counterparts, but a few are completely different. Here's a quick overview to help you get started learning French.