Translation:This dictionary app is good.
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Mandarin speakers can't pronounce hard consonants at the end of syllables. (Though many other Chinese languages/dialects do have final consonants besides n, and ng.) Mandarin also doesn't have the short a sound. Younger Chinese who've studied English don't seem to have this problem but use the same pronunciation as everyone else. All the English abbreviations and acronyms I've noticed in China avoid syllables ending in hard consonants. APP, DIY, KTV, CD, DVD...