(blon)--the /c/ at the end is not pronounced
("vair", the /t/ at the end is not pronounced
Remember the /r/ is a French /r/ and guttural.
(/r(h)uzh (with the end /zh/ sound pronounced like the /s/ in "measure"
(gree, with the French /r/), the /s/ at the end is not pronounced.
**I find as a French language learner that the /r/ in blends such as /gr/ is one of the harder sounds to master. Practice makes perfect.
(/zh/on). First sound like the /s/ in measure.
The vowel is a cross between a short /u/ and a short /o/.
(mah-r(h)on). French /r/ in the middle.
**do NOT use brown when describing hair (brunette).
To describe hair, use "châtain". Some also teach to use "brun" to describe hair, which means "dark".
(with that same o/u vowel in the middle)
(oh-ran/zh/. French /r/ in the middle. last sound like /s/ in measure)
(/rose/ with the French /r/)
And now lets hear them and practice saying them (video by travellinguist)...
Enchanted learning offers a French colours printable PDF booklet if you are a subscriber (click HERE to preview).
I also like to use the Let's Learn French coloring book with my kids so that while they are learning a new vocabulary word we can practice saying the colors.