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9 Dec 2016

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Question about Japanese

Ok so I've noticed that some words in Japanese use "は" but are pronounced "わ". For example, "ごんばんは". So I was wondering what the general rule for this was? My textbook hasn't mentioned anything about it. How do I know when I'm supposed to read it as "わ" instead of "は".?

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