There are only two bricks to go! The first is J, pronounced "juh", which usually appears at the beginning of words, as it does in the word on this disk.
The last of the basic building bricks is the letter Z, pronounced "zuh". It is also the last letter of the alphabet. When it comes at the end of a word, we usually get two Zs, making another "double brick", and making just one "zuh" sound.
The word on this disk is jazz.
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