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The "o" is pronounced like English "aw" but without the "w" sound. It's hard for English speakers to hit exactly. The "a" is pronouced "ah". The "C" must be capital (shows respect), and the "e" has a descending hook (tail like a small left parenthesis), and in speech is pronounced like an English short "e". The "ch" is a heavy "h" sound, like in "chutzpah," and the "Ci" is pronounced like a very soft English "ch", almost like "ts". If you follow this exactly, you should get it almost perfect.
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