Translation:See you later.
I think that the course will not be effective without us knowing the pronunciation of the words. One can't understand the pronunciation without a recorded example. Hope to see it changing!
H: Like h in English hay.Sometimes it is pronounced more raspily, like the j in Spanish jalapeño. Á: most likely a "nasal vowel" (They are pronounced just like oral ("regular") vowels, only using your nose as well as your mouth. A nasal vowel often sounds like a vowel with a half-pronounced "n" at the end of it. Like at the end of the French words "bon" and "Jean," or in the middle of the word "Français.")
I've only got access to duolingo because of connection restrictions on my device. Could someone post a phonetic pronunciation of the letters?