Latin/Appendix A

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The pronunciation of Church Latin might be easier, for an average European, than Classical Latin. The way introduced here reflect the medieval way.

C is pronounced as [ts] or [tS] before e, i, y, ae, or oe

G is alway hard, except before e, i, or y, then soft (like j in jut)

H is not pronounced.

QU might become [k] rather than [kv] or [kw].