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Monday, March 23, 2015

Okay, I am going back to beginning 2010, because I think its the best way.....

You said:

Okay, I am going back to beginning 2010,
because I think its the best way to review.

<<<àn pronounced like the
"an"sound in "Liliane" - Please say outloud: bekàn, soutàn, avwàn,
lamàn>>>

Clearly this letter has been dropped from the Official Orthography
with what has it been replaced?

I am thinking maybe
"yen"?

Thanks!

Mandaly says:
The accented 'a' tells us that 'an' and 'àn' are pronounced differently.
Egzanp: pan, pàn, and pann are each pronounced differently. They each have their own meaning too.
 
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