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- Does Japanese have a silent ん? 4 answers
Konbanwa, spelled Konbanha, is a greeting used in the evening. It is pronounced ko-m-ba-n-wa.
I don't know if it's my hearing, but to me, the second n is silent. Sometimes I hear it as ko-m-báo-wa instead of ko-m-ba-n-wa.
Is this a speaking preference or a false assumption of mine? Thanks!