Both the letters E and I have the "magic" property of softening the letters G and C when they follow them. So G instead of "guh" becomes "juh"; C instead of "kuh" becomes "suh".
So we have magic, magenta (where the word accent falls on the second syllable, which is why it is in the "4 o'clock" position) and cinema, the words go and gone (neither of which are pronounced logically!) and the contrasting words lung and lunge.
Now you read the words on this disk:
(pause) Yes, they are
magic * magenta * cinema * go * gone
lung * lunge
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