I'm learning French, and from what I've heard, it seems that: c'est un is pronounced /sɛ tœ̃ /, but c'est une is pronounced /sɛ tʃyn/, with a /tʃ/ as in cheese. I heard this difference both in ...
Je croyais que non, jusqu'à ce que j'écoute des chansons de Yelle, où (il me semble) [æ] apparaît comme allophone de /a/ dans, par exemple, chaque ou caches. Ecoutez sur YouTube. Est-ce que c'est mon ...
There are many names and family names in Spanish that contain the combination of vowels "oi" (Roilán, Moisés, Loinaz, etc.). When these names are pronounced in French, the original pronunciation is ...
There are a lot of resources to learn French on the internet. But now I need to learn, and train in the use of French as spoken in Québec. I am interested specifically in audio and video material in ...
Why are “an” and “en” pronounced the same? Pourquoi « an » et « en » ont-ils la même prononciation ?
When I was a young boy I was taught that en and an were pronounced the same despite being spelled differently. For instance in pendant mon enfance > /pɑ̃.dɑ̃ mɔ̃n‿ɑ̃.fɑ̃s/ The same applied to ...