Aaunkard U produce aauw sound as in these words

FU + l = fUl is pronounced as full english equivalent = "flower". YU& + p = YU&p is pronounced as dhupp, english equivalent = sunshine (rays).
dU + cA + n = dUcAn is pronounced as dukan english equivalent = "a shop". dU + p& + tA = dUp&tA is pronounced as dupatta english equivalent = "a part of Punjabi women dress"
gU + lA + bI = gUlAbI is pronounced as gUlAbI english equivalent = "color pink". fU + l + cA = fUlcA is pronounced as phulka english equivalent = "punjabi bread".
cU + hA + RI = cUhARI is pronounced as kuhari english equivalent = "axe" rU + mA + l = rUmAl is pronounced as rumal english equivalent = "hankerchief"
gU + R = gUR is pronounced as gud english equivalent = "jaggery" (a product made of sugarcane) dU& + Y = dU&Y is pronounced as dodh english equivalent = "milk"

Exercise
  1. Write down the above words 10 times each.
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