Ulster isn’t hard (coming from an Ulster boy)! Lol! I’ll keep it brief and try not to rant on and on and... I’m already failing! Lol! If you want to be technical about it and speak Irish with traditional phonetics, the word should be pronounced BWAHN-nyuh. I’ll explain... the “b” is broad because of the “a,” and the double “n’s” are slender because of the i and e, respectively. In traditional Irish and many parts of Ulster still, broad consonants have a w-offglide that follows them while slender consonants have a y-glide that follows them. I would love for Duo and other courses to teach Irish phonetics! It’s such a critical piece to preserving our language and heritage.